Issue OverviewInformation Security magazine - May 2011
This month’s Information Security cover story explores the practical ways you can avoid mishaps by building on the technical specifications of compliance requirements like PCI DSS. Learn to focus your efforts on not only satisfying these compliance mandates, but also create a robust, comprehensive information security program at the same time. Access >>>
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Navigating international data privacy laws
by Cynthia O’Donoghue, Katharina A. Weimer and Amy Mushahwar
Companies should revisit streamlined global data operations with an eye toward revamping compliance.
Robust information security program key to PCI compliance requirements
by Eric Holmquist
A strong information security program that goes beyond minimum standards will ease compliance.
- Navigating international data privacy laws by Cynthia O’Donoghue, Katharina A. Weimer and Amy Mushahwar
Gaining awareness to prevent social engineering techniques, attacks
by Marcia Savage, Editor
Cybercriminals are using social engineering fueled by social media to attack users and break into companies.
Smartphone encryption, authentication ease mobile management
by Robert Westervelt, News Director
New security tools allow companies to extend encryption and authentication to mobile devices.
- Gaining awareness to prevent social engineering techniques, attacks by Marcia Savage, Editor
Information security professionals and the resource gap
by (ISC)2 Advisory Board of the Americas Executive Writers Bureau
There’s growing demand for information security professionals, but where will these skilled people come from?
Information security job titles: Irrelevant to your career
by Lee Kushner and Mike Murray
Remember, potential new security roles are doled out based on experience and accomplishments, not some fancy title.
Breaches highlight need for better employee security awareness training
by Marcia Savage, Editor
Companies need to improve their employee security awareness training to fight today’s threats.
- Information security professionals and the resource gap by (ISC)2 Advisory Board of the Americas Executive Writers Bureau
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