Issue OverviewInformation Security magazine - December 2011
Although Windows Vista is seen as a failure in the marketplace, it’s a success in the security world. This month, Information Security Magazine goes behind the curtains of Vista as Paget unveils a firsthand account of her experience, exploring why it’s a success that deserves recognition. Access >>>
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SEC guidance clarifies cybersecurity disclosure requirements
by Marcia Savage
Companies need to factor security risks and incidents in their financial disclosures, agency says.
Enterprise digital rights management best practices
by Rich Mogull
EDRM brings users into security more than any other tool. Are you ready?
- SEC guidance clarifies cybersecurity disclosure requirements by Marcia Savage
Alternatives to passwords: Replacing the ubiquitous authenticator
by Ron Condon
As the relative security of passwords falters, are they destined for obscurity?
Chris Paget on Vista final software security review
by Chris Paget, Contributor
Researcher tells a firsthand account of her experience as a member of the final security review team for Windows Vista.
- Alternatives to passwords: Replacing the ubiquitous authenticator by Ron Condon
The ongoing debate over a federal breach notification law
by Marcia Savage
Lawmakers continue to wrangle over creation of a national data breach notification standard.
Good information security leaders must be good security recruiters
by Lee Kushner and Mike Murray
If you’re going to lure topnotch talent, refine your skills.
The need for cloud computing security standards
by Amy Larsen DeCarlo, Contributor
Cloud computing needs security standards and widely adopted security practices in order to become a viable choice for the enterprise.
- The ongoing debate over a federal breach notification law by Marcia Savage
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