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Information Security magazine - December 2013 Vol. 15 / No. 10

In this special issue, we are revealing the winners of our Security 7 awards. This is the ninth year we've handed out the Security 7 awards, which recognize outstanding information security professionals in seven sectors: education, health care, financial services, government, manufacturing, retail and telecommunications. The winners share their views -- in their own words -- on vital security issues, including bring your own device in public schools, wireless connectivity and medical devices, security and the Internet of Things, SIEM in the cloud, intelligence-driven security in financial services, back-to-basics security advice, behavioral data analysis and insider threats.

Also in this issue, John Pirc of NSS Labs examines threat detection beyond signature-based systems. Security Economics columnist Pete Lindstrom explains how to accurately measure probability, impact and return on security investment.   Access >>>

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