News and Events

April 22, 2011

Verizon Launches 2011 Data Breach Investigation Report – What Does It Mean for You?

On April 19, Verizon issued its much-anticipated 2011 Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR). This report has become the seminal report for the security community, and is eagerly awaited for each year...

April 4, 2011

Ixia, ICSA Labs, and SonicWALL to Hold Network Security Testing Day; Media Invited

Companies Working Together to Standardize Network Security Testing.

February 24, 2011

Confused about new Texas Law, Title 10, Section 2059.060? Read the law itself.

The state of Texas recently had a law go into effect (on Dec. 1, 2010) that impacts the security product testing industry, including ICSA Labs. The law has attracted a significant amount of attention, some of which is inaccurate...

December 3, 2010

How to Select a Network Firewall

ICSA Labs white paper outlining some activities specific to choosing a Network Firewall that should be performed in advance of making a final product purchasing decision.

November 10, 2010

ICSA Labs introduces new Network Firewall certification category

ICSA Labs introduces new Network Firewall certification category - Enterprise

October 28, 2010

Everyday Internet Safety Tips from ICSA Labs

Andy Hayter offers some everyday Internet safety tips to help you continue to manage your digital lifestyle.

August 10, 2010

New Certification Program Launching for Broadband Home Routers

ICSA Labs announces BHR Certification Program

March 23, 2010

Give me Independent Testing or Give me Death

235 years ago today (March 23, 1775), Patrick Henry gave a powerful speech to Virginia’s delegates in Richmond that ended in the famous saying, “give me liberty, or give me death.” Liberty, freedom, and independence are powerful ideas central to free nations, and also advocated by many businesses in those nations.

January 6, 2010

ICSA Labs Offers Tips to Help Enterprises Save Time and Resources When Selecting Security Products in 2010

Finding the right security products to protect an organization’s computer systems is often a difficult, time-consuming task. With so many offerings on the market, how does an organization know which product best meets its needs and delivers on its claims? One way companies can accomplish this more easily – and save time and resources – is to rely on third parties to provide independent product assurance as part of the request-for-proposal (RFP) process.