December 2010 Issue of SCMagazine
With people out of work, insider threats spike and budgets often plummet, says Illena Armstrong.
Michael Brown, a retired U.S. Army colonel, has joined Deloitte's federal technology risk practice as a senior manager.
Threat of the month
A new Firefox add-on can cause serious repercussions for users surfing the web on public Wi-Fi.
2 minutes on
Cyberwar moved from hypothetical to theoretical with the discovery of Stuxnet.
Skills in Demand
The demand for pros who can be a part of an incident response team is growing.
Me and my job
A monthly Q&A with an IT security professional.
Free anti-virus software is as effective in protecting users as a paid solution.
From my perspective, 2010 has been a critical year for global payment card security efforts that may ultimately result in a significant reduction in future ...
Enterprises are under constant seige from cyberthreats that continue to evolve to new levels of sophistication, reports Deb Radcliff.
The financial crisis will have a lasting impact, but some organizations have found ways of doing more with less.
The list is comprised of researchers, a college CISO, a nonprofit exec who wants to eliminate software flaws and a 39-year-old who found happiness in ...
2010 was a long year. So for those wanting to stroll down memory lane, we took some of the work out of the trip with ...
This month we examine product and thought leaders in our annual issue on innovation, and welcome five companies into the Hall of Fame Class of ...
Products: Industry Innovators
In this special year-end section, we call out companies that are leading the fray with their mission, product development and more.
Now is the time to redefine your approach to face today's threats, says Irfan Saif, principal at Deloitte & Touche.
A recognition of the products and services selected by Technology Editor Peter Stephenson and his SC Lab team in 2010 as Best Buy, Recommended and ...
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SC Magazine Articles
- Zero-day in Fiat Chrysler feature allows remote control of vehicles
- 'GSMem' malware designed to infiltrate air-gapped computers, steal data
- United reportedly hacked by same group that breached Anthem, OPM
- All smartwatches are vulnerable to attack, finds study
- Security concerns raised at Windows 10 roll-out
- NYU conference encourages women to pursue cybersecurity
- Modular Potao malware used to spy on targets in Ukraine, Russia
- GM says OnStar app flaw fixed, researcher says still exploitable
- TV5Monde in chaos as data breach costs roll into the millions
- Four McLean Hospital backup data tapes go missing, thousands affected