Print Issue: November 01, 2013
This month’s news briefs include important advisories issued by RSA and NIST, as well as a critical update released by Microsoft.
Service desk engineers and managers are in high demand.
CSOs need to be able to function at the highest levels of an organization while not being tethered to a specific department or operational function.
The first step toward better protecting an organization is to learn how cyber attacks work.
The time and energy to optimize a service or process is often seen as an unaffordable luxury, says Jesse Bowling senior information security engineer, American University.
We don’t need to make the same mistakes of the first generation of PCs and servers, says the SANS Institute’s John Pescatore.
While already ubiquitous in much of the world, mobile payment options are gaining traction in the United States, reports Stephen Lawton.
Despite testy relations among countries, international cyber security standards offer the promise of cooperation, Alan Earls reports.
Nation-states are extricating intellectual property from U.S. government entities and private corporations, reports David Cotriss.
A Utah university found a solution to enable secure access to the campus network – while cutting down on help desk calls, reports Greg Masters.
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