Print Issue: July 01, 2011
Hack of SecurID used in attack on Lockheed Martin, LulzSec, compromised the website of InfraGard, AV malware targeting Mac OS X, and other news.
The term “APT” is now becoming synonymous with any form of cyberattack, distracting attention away from the real challenge.
Strict financial and identity theft are only a portion of the attacks targeting websites today.
The internet is evolving to deliver individualized experiences, but at what cost to privacy, asks Forrester’s Chenxi Wang.
The modern-day security operations center isn’t just focused on physical surveillance. Many organizations have built situation rooms specifically to protect data and respond to cyberthreats.
The prescriptive nature of the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard, often referred to as PCI, can benefit even those companies not processing credit card transactions.
Federated identity, the process of authenticating someone across multiple IT systems and organizations, is taking on new meaning with the growth of cloud and mobile.
James Holderman, chief judge of the U.S. District Court in Chicago, is working to improve the e-discovery process for lawyers and IT teams at a time when digital evidence has never been so prolific.
PrivateEye from Oculis Labs blurs the computer screen to unreadability when the authorized user is not in front of it, and notifies the user when someone is shoulder-surfing.
CISOs must concede they eventually will see their infrastructures compromised.
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