A compendium highlighting 2013's top mergers and acquisitions activity in the information security industry.
We pay tribute to two security pros whose life's work helped evolve the technology and thinking of the IT security industry.
We salute a number of professionals - including lawyers, analysts, journalists and engineers - whose achievements in 2013 greatly enhanced the IT security industry and those affected by it.
The revelations about government surveillance made public by Edward Snowden have brought urgency and clarity to the work Jennifer Stisa Granick is doing as director of civil liberties at the Stanford Center for Internet and Society (CIS).
Phyllis Schneck takes a level-headed approach to how the DHS should address potential attacks against critical infrastructure.
Jay Radcliffe showed how his insulin pump was vulnerable to a remote takeover.
Chris Mitchell's creation, Uni-IDM (universal identity management), is a software-based tool that helps users manage the authentication process.
What self-described "stunt hackers" Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek did to a Ford Focus on national TV was akin to breaking into a home, raiding the fridge and taking a nap on the couch.
As this year-end issue demonstrates, the vibrancy of this industry is as bright as ever and the challenges only more acute. However, stellar professionals on all fronts are at the ready.
A group of prominent security professionals forecast the significant industry shifts in 2014. Greg Masters compiles the responses.