Print Issue: December 01, 2009
This year’s innovators have a contribution and a strategy for access control and each places the emphasis on a different aspect or technique.
The lack of integration of compliance tools often creates information silos, reporting nightmares and unknown security gaps.
Along with the benefits of SaaS, will come new risks and challenges, says Philippe Courtot, chairman/CEO, Qualys.
Our annual celebration of the top five influential IT security thinkers, as well as a look back at some of the most pressing trends and news of the past year.
Despite the prosecution of hacker Albert Gonzalez, more needs to be done to secure credit card transactions, reports Deb Radcliff.
While Wells Fargo no longer uses the Pony Express to communicate with customers, it still needs to guard messages, reports Greg Masters.
With no funding or charter, the Conficker Working Group has proven that industry collaboration can be effective, reports Angela Moscaritolo.
With the start of our next year, we’re looking for some signs of revitalization.
CEOs and other business leaders may not know anything about security, but they are given credit for what they do know about how to motivate and lead people.
A recognition of products and services selected by Technology Editor Peter Stephenson and his SC Lab team in 2009 as Best Buy, Recommended and SC Lab Approved.
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