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Mike Chapple, Ph. D., CISA, CISSP, is an IT security manager with the University of Notre Dame. He previously served as an information security researcher with the National Security Agency and the U.S. Air Force. Chapple is a frequent contributor to SearchSecurity.com, and serves as its resident expert on enterprise compliance, frameworks and standards for its Ask the Experts panel. He previously served as site expert on network security, is a technical editor for Information Security magazine and the author of several information security titles, including the CISSP Prep Guide and Information Security Illuminated.
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Contributions from Mike Chapple, Enterprise Compliance
- Network topology best practices for security
- UTMs: Security efficiency or a failure risk?
- PCI compliance: Who can perform the SAQ?
- Thwarting Telnet security risks
- Change default RDP port for virus protection?
- Is it possible to prevent DDoS attacks?
- Managed mobility services: Benefits of MDM in the cloud
- Keys to a Windows 7 upgrade project plan
- Metadata security and preventing leakage of information
- Quiz: Network content monitoring must-haves
- Considerations for cloud endpoint security
- Smartphone eavesdropping via keyboard vibrations
- Full-packet capture vs. capture network flow data
- Hardening network security to contain VoIP risks
- Wireless network security: Wireless vs. wired
- Pros and cons of point-to-point encryption
- Firewall network security: Thwarting advanced attacks
- Enterprise website encryption best practices
- The security implications of high DHCP churn
- Exploring the most secure remote access methods