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The world’s first professional institute for information security practitioners received its offical launch yesterday (Monday 27 Jan.) with support coming from both UK industry and government.
As usual, the SC Magazine readership survey has proven to be a most revealing exercise. Now in its fourth year, the end-of-year survey gives an insight into the mood and daily lives of our readers.
Against a backdrop of spooks, geeks and hackers, former NSA man Ira Winkler paints a dark picture of the modern hacker to
Growing concern over security threats has increased demand for specialists in IT security, and forced up salaries by up to 25 percent over the last year in the United Kingdom.
A survey of US companies shows that wireless networks have created new holes in security policies.
A phishing attack has broken new ground by attacking a Scandinavian bank operating a one-time password.
Israel’s airline El Al has replaced all its intrusion detection systems with intrusion prevention appliances – a move it says has cut the threat of worm and denial-of-service attacks.
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The user forum prepares to unveil its ambitions for the future.
Vulnerability management company Qualys has been adopted by IBM Global Services as its standard service for tracking and fixing vulnerabilities in its customers’ networks.
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