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- Michael Cobb, Application Security
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Michael Cobb, CISSP-ISSAP, is a renowned security author with over 20 years of experience in the IT industry. He has a passion for making IT security best practices easier to understand and achievable. His website www.hairyitdog.com offers free security posters to raise employee awareness of the importance of safeguarding company and client data and of following good practices. He co-authored the book IIS Security and has written many technical articles for leading IT publications. Mike has also been a Microsoft Certified Database Manager and registered consultant with the CESG Listed Advisor Scheme (CLAS).
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Contributions from Michael Cobb, Application Security
- Life after TrueCrypt: Enterprise disk encryption options
- How to evaluate third-party application security
- Beating back malicious mobile apps
- Must-have vulnerability risk assessment tools
- Keeping touchscreen devices safe from mobile keyloggers
- First look: Microsoft EMET 5.0
- Crypto-currency and security: Is Bitcoin safe?
- How to get funding for rapid patch deployments
- In-house app store crucial part of mobile device security policy
- BYOD and mobile app data slurping
- How to augment XSS filtering
- How to defend your company against a mobile keylogger
- Microphones and speech-recognition security
- How Heartbleed changed open source software security
- Are rogue mobile apps a threat to Android?
- Windows Error Reporting: Helpful info or attacker fodder?
- How to test the security of cloud-based applications
- Countdown to Windows Server 2003 end of life planning
- If Obama can't have an iPhone, should anyone?
- Is malware on mobile devices more than an annoyance?