Print Issue: January 03, 2011
Our two gatherings – the third annual SC World Congress in New York and inaugural SC Congress Canada in Toronto – illustrated the vitality of the security industry.
Some say that the United States, compared to Europe and Canada, long has lagged in terms of privacy controls for consumers, but stricter regulations could in the offing.
SC Magazine’s annual data breach survey shows that budgets will remain stagnant as threats continue to evolve.
Today’s complex threat landscape must give rise to fresh security ideas, and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Advanced Research Projects Agency is helping to empower them.
This product is from a brand new company and I predict big things for it if the management team continues down the road they’re on now.
We kick off the year with strong authentication as our theme. That includes multifactor and biometric authentication.
Many retailers are looking for architects and associate architects in information security.
A monthly Q&A with an IT security professional.
The latest personnel announcements and other company news.
After WikiLeaks began publishing secret U.S. diplomatic cables in late November, a number of pundits asked how the federal government failed to detect and prevent the disclosure of the classified data.
Next post in Features