Print Issue: November 03, 2014
Modern mobile hacks are diverse and can be performed by anyone, from an inexperienced amateur to highly skilled teams operating like tech startups.
Bring the insider issue into the light and focus on culture change, says PSCU’s Gene Fredriksen.
As mobile devices are further integrated into networks, organizations will have a critical need to implement end-to-end security solutions.
Edward Snowden has the same broad access and privileges that many employees in similar positions have at almost every business.
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.
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