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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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Do you know where your data is?

As we are all aware, there has been a rash of reported privacy breaches recently. This likely is because not only is our enterprise data more transient and mobile, but we are having increasing difficulty controlling where that data goes and what controls, if any, go with that data. And that assumes that we actually know where our data is, and who is doing what with it. The sad truth: information security professionals often do not know the location of their enterprises' data.
Cutting the red tape: SC Roundtable
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Cutting the red tape: SC Roundtable

As agencies are forced to do more with less, government security pros at a recent SC Magazine Roundtable discussion said they are being challenged to fight emerging threats and secure new technologies.
Breaking the next case
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Breaking the next case

Today's flurry of cybercrimes rely on an array of motivations, techniques and technologies, making the job of an investigator to track down the offender that much more difficult.
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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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