Print Issue: February 01, 2016
Open source code might be presumed mature, but could rely on technology developed a decade earlier.
Gina Chapman, senior director of security operations, Center for Internet Security
Ransomware is a complex threat, but its impact can be lessened, says Thomas Gresham.
Even the best security people can’t be expected to know the whole zoo of devices being used across a large organization, reports James Hale.
What do recent settlements with the FTC, FCC and SEC really mean for cyber hygiene. Larry Jaffee reports.
Flash has a reputation for security flaws, but experts say it is time to develop a strategy for “dealing” because its ubiquity means it will remain for years to come. Alan R. Earls reports.
For its email needs, the Cavaliers Operating Company in Cleveland got an assist to avoid the junk folder. Greg Masters reports.
William Noonan, U.S. Secret Service, says organizations must work together to prevent new threats.
Debate: Cybersecurity information sharing allows network defenders to stay ahead of adversaries.
New year commitments by the lone individual also could be adopted by the larger organization.
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