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April 28, 2010
A panel discussion at InfoSec World 2010 focused less on the technology necessary to secure non-BlackBerry devices and more on the attendees' concerns with the data privacy laws.
April 23, 2009
Experts at the 2009 RSA Conference say midmarket security managers must work with business leaders to define acceptable risk, and transfer risk prioritization to them when appropriate.
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In 2007, Julio Gonzalez, director of IT, GRC and network operations at Ryder Truck Rental, kicked off a PCI project aimed at addressing any credit card exposures. Continue Reading
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Midmarket companies bound to regulations such as PCI DSS, HIPAA and Sarbanes-Oxley should consider using these requirements as the basis for their security programs. Continue Reading
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Passwords are much easier to crack than they used to be. Joel Snyder takes a fresh look at password security policy considerations for the midmarket. Continue Reading
Joel Snyder reveals the specific network security documentation that will help move disaster recovery plans along. Continue Reading
If a hardware or software keylogger made it on to one of your organization's machines, it would be a security pro's worst nightmare. Learn how to detect and defend against the malware. Continue Reading