Print Issue: May 01, 2013
The rule may help leaders better understand the impact of cyber risks, says PwC’s David Burg and Laurie Schive.
With data-mining firms harvesting personal information from online activity, privacy advocates, if not yet consumers, are alarmed, reports James Hale.
Aaron Swartz’s death inspired Rep. Zoe Lofgren to want to reform the federal anti-hacking law, but some security pros worry this would sterilize a potent enforcement weapon, reports Dan Kaplan.
Misogyny in business, overall, is a problem. In IT and IT security, it’s a bigger one, says SC Magazine’s Illena Armstrong.
Are we creating a cyber professional salary bubble that will eventually burst, asks Holly Ridgeway, SVP and CISO enterprise systems at PNC.
As nations engage with one another in shadowy conflicts taking place in the digital sphere, experts are questioning whether treaties and rules that were created for kinetic fighting apply to a new era of combat.
In this month’s debate, experts discuss if advanced malware is still a persistent challenge after administrator rights are removed.
For our May issue’s “threat of the month,” we focused on pdf.exe.zip files, an old-style email executable attachment attack.
Over the past year, there have been numerous creative features added to just about every digital forensic tool that we reviewed.
This month’s company news include a new CTO at Easy Solutions, ForeScout’s new CFO, and the new vice president of marketing at Tufin Technologies.
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