Joel Dubin is no longer answering questions for SearchSecurity.com.
Joel Dubin, CISSP, is an independent computer security consultant based in Chicago. He specializes in Web and application security and is the author of the recently released book The Little Black Book of Computer Security available from Amazon. In January 2006, Joel was named a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP).
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Contributions from Joel Dubin, past SearchSecurity.com expert
- Options for a mechanical door security system on a server room door
- Comparing access control mechanisms and identity management techniques
- User provisioning and SSO for PeopleSoft- and Unix-based products
- Could someone place a rootkit on an internal network through a router?
- Can home PCs provide a way for viruses and spyware to enter a corporate LAN?
- What should an enterprise look for in a password token and a vendor?
- Pre-boot biometric user authentication tools and strategies
- Are smart cards insecure if Mifare Classic RFID encryption is cracked?
- How do RFID-blocking passport wallets work?
- Best practices for remote management of medical imaging devices
- What 'picture password' technologies are available for mobile devices?
- Is it illegal to ask a fellow employee for his or her password?
- Users can no longer reach any Microsoft login site. Any ideas?
- Is encryption only as good as an organization's password management and access control policies?
- What is the purpose of RFID identification?
- What techniques are being used to hack smart cards?
- How to enable logon credentialing for 'Net access
- What are the dangers of using radio frequency identification (RFID) tags?
- How to store and secure credit card numbers on the LAN
- Preventing unauthorized Web surfing via proxy