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Know your friends: Partnering with the right allies

Know your friends: Partnering with the right allies

Choosing the right allies to ensure security requirements is a challenge for businesses both large and small, reports James Hale.

Bad reputation: Annual guarding against a data breach survey

Bad reputation: Annual guarding against a data breach survey

Will recent high-profile cyber attacks spur stronger security and improved risk management? The consensus from our data breach survey indicates: Yes, reports Teri Robinson.

The zombie's bite: Avoiding a botnet

The zombie's bite: Avoiding a botnet

Some advice from pros for keeping your infrastructure out of the snares of a botnet. Alan Earls reports.

Million-dollar password: New authentication strategies

Million-dollar password: New authentication strategies

"Smart identification" is just one strategy seeking to replace passwords, says Google's Eric Sachs. Karen Epper Hoffman reports.

Less than zero: Zero-day vulnerabilities

Less than zero: Zero-day vulnerabilities

Organizations are struggling with how to more quickly account for and guard against zero-day vulnerabilities, reports Karen Epper Hoffman.

Budget issues: The SMB dilemma

Budget issues: The SMB dilemma

Small and midsized businesses are not exempt from cyber attack, reports James Hale.

Breaking protocol: DDoS attacks

Breaking protocol: DDoS attacks

A spate of recent DDoS attacks forced banks to change their threat response - and that's a good thing, reports Teri Robinson.

CSO of the Year: Forrest Smith, CISO, Nissan Americas

CSO of the Year: Forrest Smith, CISO, Nissan Americas

The entire organization needs to support security initiatives, says Forrest Smith, CISO, Nissan Americas.

A fine mess: Global data breach legislation

A fine mess: Global data breach legislation

Global consensus on data breach legislation is still evolving, but fear of brand damage is pushing reform, reports James Hale.

Advanced malware: The growing cyber menace

Advanced malware: The growing cyber menace

After a quiet year on the advanced malware front, we could soon see more activity, says the Atlantic Council's Jason Healey. Karen Epper Hoffman reports.

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