The popular technology site lifehacker reported the results of independent testing by AV-Comparatives.org showing that Microsoft Security Essentials is the best at “figuring out what’s bad—while also avoiding annoying false positives.” Download a copy of the test results from the lifehacker site.
Necessary, Explained, Actionable, and Tested (NEAT) Cards
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Microsoft hosts cybersecurity and privacy professionals for discussion about the Cybersecurity Framework
Last week, Microsoft’s Innovation & Policy Center in Washington, D.C. convened a distinguished group of … Read more »
Get security updates for November 2013
Microsoft releases security updates on the second Tuesday of every month. Skip the details and … Read more »