Print Issue: July 01, 2013
Thanks to willing accomplices and easy-to-use technology, the threat from linked computers is expanding, reports Karen Epper Hoffman.
Speak in business terms and convey risk when attempting to gain funding for implementations from management, reports Stephen Lawton.
An organizing solution was found to manage mobile devices being used in Florida’s Hillsborough School District, reports Greg Masters.
A battle rages between advertisers and privacy advocates over access to online behavior. Ryan Goldberg reports.
Experts in this month’s debate discuss Java. Is it time to stop using the popular software?
There’s a larger story than Edward Snowden, the 29-year-old whistleblower who released classified documents that contained details about the NSA’s massive surveillance of U.S. citizens.
July’s “threat of the month” is SCADA “sport fishing,” which could enable attackers to manipulate a water supply and make it undrinkable.
Cyber attacks continue to grow and evolve in sophistication. Consequently, it’s sometimes difficult to tell who the good guys are when everyone is in the game.
Authentify has a good solution that addresses security and simplicity of management.
As journalists come under attack from the government, an encrypted online dropbox co-created by the late Aaron Swartz can ensure anonymity.
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