Issue OverviewInformation Security magazine - April 2012
Access this month’s issue to uncover the latest tokenization trends (including, payment card data security, tokenization as a service, as well as protecting PII data) and explore how this revived technology not only offers enhanced data protection, but can ease the burden of compliance audits. Access >>>
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Unified threat management devices for the enterprise
by Joel Snyder, Contributor
UTMs aren’t just for SMBs anymore. Here are four requirements for enterprise-grade UTM.
AMI networks: PKI security considerations
by Seth Bromberger, Contributor
PKI components in smart grid and AMI infrastructure introduce new hazards.
- Unified threat management devices for the enterprise by Joel Snyder, Contributor
Understanding tokenization: What is tokenization and when to use it
by Adrian Lane, Contributor
Tokenization protects sensitive data to reduce the compliance burden.
Web browser security features make attacks harder
by Robert Westervelt
Accuvant analysis and hacking contests illustrate browser security improvements.
- Understanding tokenization: What is tokenization and when to use it by Adrian Lane, Contributor
Don’t turn security Big Data analysis into a forgettable cliché
by Michael S. Mimoso, Editorial Director
It’s easy to be cynical about the latest security buzzword, but don’t be so quick to dismiss it.
Marcus Ranum chat: Security startups and security innovation
by Marcus J. Ranum, Contributor
Security expert Marcus Ranum talks with Peter Kuper, a partner with In-Q-Tel focused on funding compelling startups to accelerate innovation for the intelligence community.
Information security roles and technology shifts
by Paul Rohmeyer, Contributor
New technologies and business models are rapidly changing the role of the security pro.
- Don’t turn security Big Data analysis into a forgettable cliché by Michael S. Mimoso, Editorial Director
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