Print Issue: June 01, 2009
The 2009 SC Awards gala was an occasion to gather with security colleagues and to
toast 31 winners.
A new event at SC World Congress invites young vendors to tout their wares. Trident Capital’s Becky Bace provides advice on participating.
Niagara College Canada found a way of ensuring its network security while not interfering with student and staff needs, reports Greg Masters.
Consumers are willing to offer up personal information, provided they recognize a specific benefit for that interaction, reports Chuck Miller.
Security can’t take a backseat in health care, says Bryan Cline at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, reports Dan Kaplan.
How will the providers, carriers and end-users of today protect content, asks Gal Salomon.
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The role of a security professional in the vendor review process is to help identify which vendors are “critical” to the security of information assets.
Hackers can quickly figure out the weakest link in the network.
U.S. companies with European subsidiaries are likely to encounter data protection difficulties when requesting personal information from Europe.
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