Print Issue: December 03, 2012
Comprehensive cyber security legislation (or a presidential executive order) will happen in 2013.
Our threat of the month for December are natural disasters, which result in the loss of confidentiality, integrity, and availability of sensitive information.
2013 may be the year that U.S. companies strike back at their cyber adversaries, says Taia Global’s Jeffrey Carr.
This year, the information security industry has given all of us a gift of sorts: a bumper crop of new tools. And, we’re calling out a number of Innovators, selected for standing out above the crowd.
This year’s inductees have a loyal following, good year-on-year growth and the right stuff for their respective niches
The threats to enterprise networks continued to grow this year, but the tech grab bag is also getting more potent, reports Alan Earls.
The cloud and its core enabling architecture virtualization needs a special kind of security.
Here’s a year-end look back at some of the biggest mergers and acquisitions activity in the security space.
Chris Soghoian, who was recently hired as the ACLU’s first-ever principal technologist, has never been afraid to ruffle the feathers of the corporate establishment when it comes to privacy and security issues.
Protecting the perimeter is usually about dealing with threats and this year’s Innovators do a great job of addressing that.
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