Print Issue: April 01, 2011
Corporate account takeover remains prevalent, resulting in $87.5 million in losses last year. But all banks can strive to prevent it, while staying within budget, says Rudy Wolfs of ING Direct.
The cyberattack last summer on Iran’s nuclear facilities has upped the ante for decision-makers in charge of critical infrastructure and enterprise networks, reports Greg Masters.
UTMs and anti-malware gateways often are our key protection at the perimeter, says Peter Stephenson, SC Magazine’s technology editor.
Trusted Access for Banking from IronKey provides assured, secure online banking connection for commercial banking customers.
Cloud/security knowledge is in demand within such professions as network engineer, solutions architect, sales engineers and sales manager.
Ron Woerner, director of cybersecurity studies, College of Information Technology, Bellevue University, answers a few questions about his position.
The Financial Stability Industry Council has appointed its first executive director, HyTrust names a new chairman and CEO, and other company news.
Do revelations stemming from the Anonymous hack that HBGary Federal was engaged in shady, potentially illegal, activities cast the security industry as a whole in a negative light?
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