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The show must go on

Louis Martorella, network administrator at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, remembers the irony. The three-person IT staff at the 800,000-square-foot New York convention hall hopelessly watched for nine months as malicious intruders hijacked their network. The attacks caused exhibitors to regularly lose access to the internet.
Sidney Gellineau, CIO, NYC Transit

The new perimeter

Sidney Gellineau, CIO, NYC Transit, embraces the original vision of NAC - to vet unmanaged guest devices, reports Dan Kaplan.
The new wave: Modern security education

The new wave: Modern security education

Sometimes a little bit of competition is what it takes to get students on the path to careers in security. Software engineer Alex Levinson, who won the U.S. Cyber Challenge, was one of those people.

Worrisome forecast

Here's what already is fairly obvious: The turn of the calendar to 2009 promises further sophistication from organized cybercriminals, forcing the private and public sector to act swiftly and decisively if they want to steer clear of potentially devastating data breaches.
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Sweet charity

When Jim Thie showed up in Americus, Ga. one day last year to interview for the chief information officer job at Habitat for Humanity International, he quickly figured out he was a long way from the corporate world.

Law and order: A national computer forensic center takes shape

By blood-and-guts standards, Cary, N.C. is as safe a suburb as there is in the nation. The 121,000-person bedroom community regularly ranks near the statistical bottom of all the major crime categories, including murders, aggravated assaults and robberies.
Rep. Zoe Lofgren wants to "prevent the kind of abusive prosecution directed at Aaron Swartz."

The great divide: Reforming the CFAA

Aaron Swartz's death inspired Rep. Zoe Lofgren to want to reform the federal anti-hacking law, but some security pros worry this would sterilize a potent enforcement weapon, reports Dan Kaplan.
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