Print Issue: April 01, 2014
Will recent high-profile cyber attacks spur stronger security and improved risk management? The consensus from our data breach survey indicates: Yes, reports Teri Robinson.
With the addition of 15,000 mobile devices accessing its network, a medical center found assurance – and met compliance mandates, reports Greg Masters.
Some advice from pros for keeping your infrastructure out of the snares of a botnet. Alan Earls reports.
This month’s vulnerability is currently being exploited by a worm known as “TheMoon.”
Despite the bullishness around information security planning and budgeting seen in the results of our survey, we’re still seeing breaches like those experienced by Target
X1 is an agentless SAP auditing tool that is able to map out entire SAP landscapes and display any insecure configurations on the individual elements of the landscape.
Watching highly publicized supply-chain disasters unfold, we shake our heads in disbelief – but what supply chain risks are you taking today that would be difficult to defend tomorrow?
In this month’s debate, experts discuss whether whistleblower Edward Snowden should be granted amnesty.
Following the recent headline-making breaches at Target and Neiman Marcus, as well as the secrets exposed by Edward Snowden, the question is: Who cares?
This month’s news briefs includ revelations at the RSA Conference 2014 in San Francisco, new malware, zero-day fixes and more security news.
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