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The Internet Security Alliance, a nonprofit forum for information sharing, has appointed Larry Clinton president. Since 2002, Clinton had served as deputy executive director and COO of the alliance. Prior to joining the group, he was vice president at the U.S. Telecom Association.
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Tailor your mobile security plan for the iPod generation

Ever since the emergence of iPod back in 2004, GFI and other experts including Gartner analysts, Ruggero Contu and John Girard have been warning that iPods are a potential danger to the corporate network. Yet, nearly one-third of medium-sized companies remain unconcerned about leaking sensitive data through devices that are highly portable with large storage capacities, according to Osterman Research.
Personnel check-up: Identity management
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Personnel check-up: Identity management

A sound approach to identification and authentication is an elementary building block to security policy within most any organization, but management of these disciplines face fresh challenges.
Cyber Warfare: The next Cold War
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Cyber Warfare: The next Cold War

Much of the breach conversation over the past year has been devoted to so-called hacktivists. But nation-state adversaries, bent on looting organizations of intellectual property, are another breed entirely.
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Cyberthreats: A long haul

Enterprises are under constant seige from cyberthreats that continue to evolve to new levels of sophistication, reports Deb Radcliff.
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Survey 2008: Guarding against a data breach

Information security pros are increasingly confronted by cybercriminals trawling their corporate networks for customers' private data. More than 80 percent of the respondants to the SC Magazine/MXI Security survey say guarding against data breaches is the focus of current security initiatives, reports SC Magazine Editor-In-Chief Illena Armstrong.
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WLANS: A growing risk

San Francisco. Houston. Philadelphia. Annapolis. Step into any of these cities in the near future and you should be able to check your email, chat with friends, or surf the web wirelessly. But how safe will your experience be with municipal wireless local-access networks (WLANs) as you connect to the web in a car, office building or the middle of a park?
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