Issue OverviewInformation Security magazine - February 2006
In this issue, we crown the best-of-breed security products in 13 categories. Learn which ones made the cut. Also, get information on the shrinking security market, and tips for protecting stored data. Access >>>
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Stopping the Next Heist
Storage and backup systems are rife with vulnerabilities. Take seven steps to secure them, or risk unflattering headlines and legal problems.
Secure Reads: Real Digital Forensics
Read a review of the security book Real Digital Forensics.
Portable device security: Safend's Safend Protector
Read a security product review of Safend's Safend Protector.
Recent Releases: Security product briefs, February 2006
Read about the security products released in February 2006.
Where do you turn when the security vendor you've banked on gets gobbled up?
- Stopping the Next Heist
Products of the Year 2006
Antispyware; Antivirus; Authentication; E-mail Security; Identity & Access Management; Intrusion Detection; Intrusion Prevention; Network Firewall; Remote Access; Network Security Management; Vulnerability Management; Wireless; Emerging Technologies
Hot Pick: Stonesoft's StoneGate SG-4000
Stonesoft's StoneGate SG-4000
E-mail Security: Barracuda Spam Firewall
by Tom Bowers, Contributor
Barracuda Networks' Barracuda Spam Firewall
Intrusion Prevention: Lucid Security's ipAngel 4.0
Lucid Security's ipAngel 4.0
- Products of the Year 2006
On The Radar: Avoiding security upgrade disaster
Perspectives: Pwning the C-suite
Losing a few too many battles? Positive social engineering can help.
Ping: Yan Noblot
Editor's Desk: When customers become victims of acquisitions
Survival of the Fittest?
- On The Radar: Avoiding security upgrade disaster
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