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Convincing management of infosec needs, says Richard O’Connor, requires amassing plenty of data first
If security is seen to enhance business goals Illena Armstrong finds that selling it to the boardroom becomes a much easier task.
Philip Carter argues that disaster recovery and business continuity should not be too tightly regulated
Increasingly, organizations have to comply with privacy legislation. Stuart Vaeth asks whether this is the key to improved security.
Education should play an important part in preventing the next generation of virus writers, says Chris Belthoff.
Malicious attacks are evolving and, as Robert Clyde discovers, defenses to these attacks should evolve too
Gerhard Eschelbeck discovers that as malware becomes more sophisticated, your defenses must improve to prevent damage.
In the past several months, it has become painfully clear that C-level executives are getting tired of buying information security for its own purposes.
Even after all the warnings and high profile security breaches we have seen in the last couple of years, it is astonishing to see how many companies are still not adequately assessing the risk associated with doing business within today’s IT infrastructure.
No security system is perfect. Never believe that you have solved your security problems or eliminated a specific security threat.
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