Issue OverviewInformation Security magazine - January/February 2011
This edition features the results of our 2011 priorities survey. Today's information security managers are getting more of a say in enterprise cloud initiatives and mobile device projects. Plus, learn from the experts about the best ways to enforce endpoint security. Access >>>
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Information security roles growing in influence
Information security managers are getting more of a say in enterprise cloud initiatives and mobile device projects.
The state of critical infrastructure security
Stuxnet put the spotlight on critical infrastructure protection but will efforts to improve SCADA security come too late?
- Information security roles growing in influence
Enforcing endpoint security
by Lisa Phifer, Contributor
Enforcing endpoint security requires careful planning and deployment.
- Enforcing endpoint security by Lisa Phifer, Contributor
Schneier-Ranum Face-Off on whitelisting and blacklisting
Security experts Bruce Schneier and Marcus Ranum debate whether network security should be based on whitelisting or blacklisting.
The penetration tester is alive and well
Automation hasn't killed the penetration tester – yet.
Old information security challenges persist
by Dave Shackleford
A look back at articles from the past shows that the same information security problems persist today.
- Schneier-Ranum Face-Off on whitelisting and blacklisting
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