Print Issue: May 01, 2008
Increasing network islands requires simple security solutions.
Security, just like quality, is job number one. In fact, for Dan Lohrmann, chief information security officer with the state of Michigan, security has become a part of him.
Servers hosting trusted sites are prime targets for attackers who want to prey on user PCs and steal data, reports Jack Rogers.
Staying clear of an FTC investigation isn’t as simple as knowing “right” from “wrong,” Jim Carr reports.
Companies with a global reach must have a plan for dealing with overseas compliance and cyber incidents, Dan Kaplan learns.
How do you keep fast-food employees from using line-of-business computers for the wrong reasons?
I believe that doing things right the first time adds nothing to the cost of a product or service
Any discussion of the IT industry’s future inevitably turns to the overarching trend of “greening.”
The forensics market has matured sufficiently to allow us to break the genre into two groups: media forensics and network forensics.
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