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May 01, 2014
At a SANS event, former NSA cybersecurity boss Tony Sager said effective information security leadership requires a holistic, disciplined approach.
January 02, 2014
A recent hack into Snapchat, the social media platform for photo sharing, has users thinking twice about giving personal information to these services.
November 01, 2013
What's a dollar spent on security worth in terms of risk? Break-even analysis helps you decide.
October 22, 2013
A Fortinet survey shows that a majority of young users will violate IT security policies governing BYOD and cloud services to boost productivity.
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Data center security can be a contentious issue between IT and the gatekeepers. These ID management options can help create and maintain harmony. Continue Reading
Veteran CISO Ernie Hayden discusses how to foster infosec policies that secure emerging technologies without being perceived as a business roadblock. Continue Reading
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