November 2005 Issue of SCMagazine
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Last month, David Litchfield, managing director of security software company NGS Software, wrote an open letter to Bugtraq criticizing the way Oracle had handled patching ...
Me and my job
I had worked first in physical security and then in law enforcement since I was 18 years-old. But I got tired of getting shot at, ...
George Washington University needed to boost its vulnerability scanning in a mixed system environment. By Marcia Savage
More access to code means people are bound to be finding more flaws, says Gunter Ollmann
More and more proprietary security tools use some open-source code. What are the advantages for companies?
Against a backdrop of spooks, geeks and hackers, former NSA man Ira Winkler paints a dark picture of the modern hacker to Ron Condon
Criminals see the internet as an easy target, but Marcus Sachs is the man to stop them, as Illena Armstrong and Marcia Savage report
Joined up thinking and combination defenses are key, says Mick Scully
SC Magazine Articles
- Microsoft Office 365 hit with massive Cerber ransomware attack, report
- Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas hit with POS breach
- X-ray and MRI machines among devices used as springboards for data breach attacks
- Brexit shakeup: How will the U.K.'s exit from the EU affect the technology sector?
- Hacker purportedly selling over 650,000 stolen medical records on dark web marketplace
- Patchwork cyberespionage campaign branches out to strike businesses
- Proliferation of hacker culture helped keep Anonymous from being branded terrorist org
- SC wins three top national honors from ASBPE
- Fake Tinder sites lure users to give up financial info
- Pornhub subscriber info exposed, but relax, it was a bug bounty exploit