Proposed CFAA revisions agitate IT security community

The security community is voicing concern over proposed revisions to the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) by taking to Twitter and personal blogs.

Fuel tank gauges vulnerable to attackers

More than 5,000 ATGs nationwide are vulnerable to attack through exposed serial port interfaces.

Due to hack, Sony requests financial filing extension

The entertainment giant must delay filing its third quarter earnings, since its networks still haven't recovered from a major cyberattack.

2015 Predictions

Six ways identity will take center stage in 2015

Six ways identity will take center stage in 2015

With the growing connectedness of all things great and small, the need for trusted identities will take center stage in 2015.

Focus: Government

NAFCU asks Congress to create bipartisan data breach working group

The National Association of Federal Credit Unions sent Congressional leaders a letter calling for the creation of a bipartisan working group to shape breach legislation.

Industry Innovators

Perimeter defense

This is another market area that has seen a lot of change over the past few years.

Virtualization and cloud security

The year's Innovators in this group focus on security management in a cloud or virtual environment.

Data protection

Data protection is a fuzzy, sometimes nebulous term. Certainly everything we do on the network is intended to protect the data on it. In an era of widely dispersed global enterprise the data often seems to be alone on the internet.

Security infrastructure

Security infrastructure is another one of those ever-changing categories. What looked like infrastructure a few years ago is, for the most part, long gone.

2014 Hall of Fame

Hall of Famers are in their third consecutive year of appearing here and that sends the strong message that they are Innovators and they have staying power.


Who is responsible for software safety? Nobody is no longer an option

Who is responsible for software safety? Nobody is no longer an option

It is now up to banks to self-regulate themselves or continue to deal with the pressing questions of concerned officials like Benjamin Lawsky.

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