Print Issue: February 01, 2011
Still facing budgetary pressures, security execs must apply unique thinking to security spend, which might mean studying metrics, making friends and passing compliance on the cheap.
The $1 trillion cybercrime industry is expertly – and competitively – run. Take a peek into the inner workings of these syndicates and how the good guys are closing in.
Thanks to WikiLeaks and a struggling economy, the internal threat has risen to a new level of prominence. Dawn Cappelli of Carnegie Mellon describes the profile of the rogue insider.
No matter your view of Julian Assange, his WikiLeaks controversy is the story that just keeps on giving, says Illena Armstrong, editor-in-chief, SC Magazine.
The idea of managing intrusions is a complicated one that it would be good to simplify if we can.
The security chief of Zynga offers tips for deterring today’s sophisticated attacks. They include understanding attack vectors, quantifying risk, controlling damage and being a trusted leader.
Companies are becoming increasingly concerned about the security of smartphones and tablets.
There are so many threats to deal with, says Michael Singer, executive director of security technology for AT&T Services.
Company news: Verizon names Marcus Sachs as VP for national security policy, and other announcements
The temporary takedown in December of a handful of websites that cut ties with controversial website WikiLeaks, including Visa and MasterCard, made national news.
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