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John Pirc Published: 12 Dec 2013

Beyond the Page is a monthly online Information Security magazine supplement with an in-depth multimedia approach to a topic featured in a given month's issue. It's an opportunity to give you even more expert insights from some of our best Information Security magazine contributors. Besides the contributor's magazine feature, Beyond the Page includes an exclusive webcast presentation to help security practitioners and decision makers alike understand an issue from all angles, plus an exclusive technical article with practical advice on implementation, management or troubleshooting. In this December 2013 Information Security magazine Beyond the Page on breach detection systems, we consider the latest tier two security technologies, which are vital to network and database health in an era of dynamic and ever-evolving malware threats. See the content below. Information Security feature: Enhanced threat detection: The next (front) tier in security In this month's cover story, cybercrime expert John Pirc warns of a wide-spread, short-sighted approach to security,... Access >>>

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