Print Issue: November 03, 2014
This month, we get to know Marisa Faga, Bugcrowd’s director of crowd operations.
With parameters, new tech can help your business, says McAfee’s Jonathan Fox and Tyson Macaulay.
Wearable devices efficiently monitor user activity, but also open new targets for malware authors, reports Alan Earls.
The latest iteration of the PCI Security Standard calls for moving beyond simply meeting compliance
mandates, reports Jim Romeo.
When a care provider supplied laptops to its roving employees, it added a security solution to enable efficient collaboration. Greg Masters reports.
Simulation exercises show how companies should respond under a cyberattack, says HHS’s Sara Hall.
Teri Robinson reports.
Threat of the month: Bash bug/Shellshock
Apple’s iPhone 6 and iOS 8 offer encryption for mobile users, but a focus on consumers can
create security conundrums, reports Lee Sustar.
This month we look at application security, particularly databases and we have a real treat for you with two emerging product groups.
Some experts contend that a reason for the seeming decline in IT security spend is that it is now becoming a pervasive part of everyday corporate operations.
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