Print Issue: February 03, 2014
Let’s agree on a definition of the term “security” and move forward from there, says AT&T’s Chris Mark.
After a quiet year on the advanced malware front, we could soon see more activity, says the Atlantic Council’s Jason Healey. Karen Epper Hoffman reports.
Global consensus on data breach legislation is still evolving, but fear of brand damage is pushing reform, reports James Hale.
There are six security threats all businesses should be aware of for 2014, says ISF’s Steve Durbin.
Following revelations of a massive breach during the holidays, Target announced it will be investing some $5 million in a cyber security coalition, researching cyber crimes and then educating us, the masses, about ways we can avoid becoming victims.
With the advent of nearly omnipotent video surveillance, the age-old saying “a picture is worth a thousand words,” scares me more today than it ever has.
IT pros tend not to spend much time pondering whether physical access to a computer system is locked down.
Students in Georgia were given iPads, but a firewall was impeding network connections…until a solution was found, reports Greg Masters.
The continued leak of classified government intelligence documents by Edward Snowden draws into question the balance of offensive and defensive capabilities of governments.
We are “ethical hackers” or “white hat hackers.” We are penetration testers. Never let us be aligned with the mass media’s view of hackers.
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