Print Issue: May 01, 2015
Vendors bundling software with open source libraries caught the IT community unprepared, says Secunia’s Kasper Lindgaard.
A single solution won’t stop data theft, says ADP’s Roland Cloutier.
The battle over who pays what to cover the cost of stolen credit card information is heating up, reports Lee Sustar.
Is resistance forming against data-sharing in America? The consensus seems to be a resounding ‘yes,’ reports Ashley Carman.
Biopharma companies need a secure digital signing infrastructure. SureClinical found an answer for them, reports Greg Masters.
Greater connectivity has changed the way we view privacy – and the Fourth Amendment, says Hilary Wandall, CPO at Merck. Teri Robinson reports.
Trust directly correlates to our expectations of privacy, says Illena Armstrong, VP, editorial.
It is important for everybody to stay vigilant when online, says Lena Smart, CIO, New York Power Authority.
Debate: Congress should mandate that the payment card industry adopt safer technology.
Communicating properly with upstream management might help you and your company avoid shelfware, security solutions that are neither deployed nor used.
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