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That’s A Wrap: InfoSec World 2016 Highlights in Hindsight

InfoSec World 2016 is now in the books. For the better part of a week, infosec pros took over The Contemporary Resort to discuss everything from building an incident response plan to leadership skills to active defense and trust.


Cover story: Some enterprises benefiting from the convergence of physical and information security assets

The most mature information security programs cant always protect against theft of information if the perpetrator has access to the server room. Without the proper physical controls over the data centers and facilities which contain the information technology hardware, it is easy enough for an imposter to steal assets the old-fashioned way — with the five-finger discount.
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Forging a national cyber security strategy

In the face of growing threats to its cyber assets, America requires a cohesive and comprehensive plan to protect its vital and most sensitive data. Here, one of the leading decision makers in the federal government IT arena coveys overarching priorities for securing the country's cyberspace.
Privacy & Compliance News and Analysis

Dealing with the insider threat on your network

The insider threat is real and happens on a too-often basis. Just recently, California’s Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) issued an internal memo warning that a former employee downloaded worker and vendor records to a personal device without authorization and took the records outside of the state’s network. Breaches such as this expose organizations…
Code surety: Secure by design

Code surety: Secure by design

More-than-decade-old bugs still plague web applications, and the challenge is only growing for programs migrating to the cloud. But new frameworks and heightened awareness can mitigate the threat.
Product Review

CyberGuard SL3200

As firewalls go, the CyberGuard SL3200 is a monster: a huge, noisy beast with performance that matches its rugged looks. The name denotes its capacity - 3.2 gigabits of total throughput, shared among a maximum of 26 Ethernet ports. Even more notably, it is able to multiplex several interfaces into a small number of very high-capacity pipes, all secured at wire speed.
Designed for high-demand environments, the box has all the HA features you'd expect - hot-swappable fans and power supplies, as well as RAID 5 storage, with an internal layout designed for maximum airflow and heat dissipation. Fail-over between two boxes is available if you have an extended license.

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Five Cyber Risks Your Organization is Likely to Encounter

Today's threat landscape is like a tentacled sea monster that security practitioners have to battle on a daily basis. In this feature story, we highlight the top five most likely cyber risks to organizations today.

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