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
- How to reduce open source code security risk
- App store encryption: Learning from Apple's mistakes
- Out of control: Tackling Java endpoint vulnerabilities
- Weighing security controls: SANS vs. Australian DSD
- Why can't I just ignore internal app security threats?
- What are the limits of free Web app scanning tools?
- How many revisions make for good code review?
- How to advocate for EMET amid configuration struggles
- How to test antimalware for enterprise conditions
- Does digital watermarking improve data security?
- Are 'self-defending' app security products effective?
- Open source Java frameworks: How big is the risk?
- How to reduce the risk of Flash security issues
- Is Firefox PDF reader a secure alternative to Adobe Rea
- What is OCSP?
- The risks of running Android apps on BlackBerry 10
- Quiz: Database security issues
- How to harden legacy applications with Microsoft's EMET
- Analysis: How BlackBerry 10's password blacklist works
- Google Play Private Channel: Better than app stores?