Print Issue: October 01, 2013
Obstacles still remain before companies can safeguard assets in the cloud, but software advances are helping, reports David Cotriss.
Every business faces the possibility of external attacks, but another potential threat is on the premises, reports Dan Raywood.
With the barrage of attacks only growing, today’s enterprise must face reality with a variety of defenses, reports James Hale.
Criminals leverage medical devices for targeted attacks, says Dale Nordenberg of the Medical Device Innovation, Safety and Security Consortium. Karen Epper Hoffman reports.
In this month’s debate, experts discuss whether the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act is out of date, and if punishments are disproportionate to offenses.
Still more revelations about National Security Agency (NSA) operations and practices that intrude on U.S. citizens’ privacy and seemingly make a mockery of Constitutional rights have emerged, leaving both the general public and experts in the technology space reeling.
October’s threat of the month allows for remote code execution vulnerabilities to affect Java prior to version 7 Update 25.
A major area of concern for security personnel these days is how we are able to achieve and maintain compliance with multiple regulatory governing bodies.
The EndaceProbe is a purpose-built enterprise-grade tool.
As the threat landscape continually evolves, security professionals at SMBs are up to the challenge, but more often than not may be blindly spending when it comes to security solutions.
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