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Using known-good technologies for enterprise threat detection

When it comes to threat prevention and detection in the enterprise, 'known good' technologies can be critical, yet also introduce complexity. Learn whether known-good security can bolster your security program.

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Staples breach update: Cyberinsurance may cover retailer's costs

A new report links the Staples security breach to an intrusion at craft retailer Michaels. Meanwhile, Staples confirmed it had purchased cyberinsurace to cover the still unknown cost of its breach.

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Amazon bolsters AWS security, adds encryption key management

Newly announced Amazon Web Services security features include an encryption key management service intended to boost cloud security and strengthen appeal of AWS to enterprises.

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Managing virtualization machine security for in-house IaaS deployments

Dave Shackleford outlines critical security best practices for virtual machine instances created for an in-house IaaS deployment.

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    Threat prevention: Finding 'known good' technologies

    When it comes to threat prevention and detection in the enterprise, 'known good' technologies can be critical, yet also introduce complexity. Learn whether known-good security can bolster your security program.

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    digital signature

    A digital signature (not to be confused with a digital certificate) is a mathematical technique used to validate the authenticity and integrity of a message, software, or digital document.

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    Social engineering is a non-technical method of intrusion hackers use that relies heavily on human interaction and often involves tricking people into breaking normal security procedures.

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