Issue OverviewInformation Security magazine - June 2011
This month's Information Security magazine online cover story highlights the importance for an updated security game plan due to the influx of personal smartphones and other computing devices making their way into the enterprise. Also, learn how to focus your SIM solution to avoid information overload and explore FISMA challenges. Access >>>
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Get actionable results from a security information management system
by Andreas M. Antonopoulos
In order to get the best results, you need to limit your goals for SIM.
Revamped FISMA requirements aim to improve federal security
by Crystal Bedell
An automated tool and mandates for continuous monitoring try to improve federal information security efforts.
- Get actionable results from a security information management system by Andreas M. Antonopoulos
IT consumerization drives new security thinking
by Marcia Savage
The influx of personal smartphones and other computing devices into the enterprise is forcing a shift in security strategy.
Data breaches show enterprise need for better data security management
by Robert Westervelt
Sony and other data breaches suggest need for data accountability, better configuration management.
- IT consumerization drives new security thinking by Marcia Savage
Lack of SMB security opens door to online criminals
by Michael S. Mimoso, Editorial Director
Online criminals have smaller targets firmly in their crosshairs.
Mobility trend takes off in the enterprise but leaves out security
by Chenxi Wang
Banks and other businesses are rushing to jump on the mobility trend but leaving security behind.
Marcus Ranum and Bob Blakley discuss risk management failures
by Marcus J. Ranum, Contributor
Security expert and Information Security magazine columnist Marcus Ranum continues a new bimonthly feature where he goes one-on-one with a fellow security industry insider.
- Lack of SMB security opens door to online criminals by Michael S. Mimoso, Editorial Director
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