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Open source threat model aims to make enterprise safer with less work

An open source threat model is aiming to be a repository for risk assessment with the aim of allowing enterprise to focus on creating the right security controls for each business.


Will HTTP/2 satisfy the need for speed and enterprise Web security?

HTTP/2 is close to becoming a formal Internet specification -- but how will it affect enterprise Web security? Expert Michael Cobb discusses how features, including compression and encryption, may help boost HTTP's safety.


Windows 10 security features may force hardware upgrades

Windows 10 security features include hardware-based application whitelisting and facial recognition technology. What could go wrong?


Insider threat programs need people, not technology

A panel discussion at RSA Conference 2015 outlined strategic methods enterprises can use to build and advocate for an insider threat program.

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