Issue OverviewInformation Security magazine - February 2008
In this month's issue of Information Security magazine: Is the security inherent in Windows Server 2008 enough to speed adoption? Learn how data loss prevention (DLP) tools help prevent incidents and assist with data discovery. Read about how Trojans like Storm, the Nugache worm and a host of other botnets have infected millions of PCs, most without the knowledge of the machine's owners. Learn about what you can do to combat this year's most malicious Trojans. Also inside: Learn how DLP combats data drain, and we reveal the results for this year's Reader Priorities survey. Access >>>
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Data Loss Prevention Tools Offer Insight into Where Data Lives
DLP tools help mitigate incidents and aid with data discovery.
- Viewpoint: FIPS concepts applicable beyond governments
KoolSpan's TrustChip secures cell phones, other mobile apps
KoolSpan has incorporated its authentication/encryption technology into a Secure Digital (SD) card, which can be plugged into any compatible cell phone.
Product review: Titus Labs' Message Classification
Survey: Security Pros Identify Priorities for 2008
Security professionals prioritize mobility and security, identity and access management, protecting data and intellectual property and vulnerability management.
- Data Loss Prevention Tools Offer Insight into Where Data Lives
Examine Security Features and Tools of Microsoft Windows Server 2008
Unwrap Windows Server 2008, the first server revision under Trustworthy Computing. Microsoft promises it is secure by design, default and deployment.
Product review: BreakingPoint Systems' BPS-1000
NETWORK DEVICE TESTING
Product review: Application Security Inc.'s DbProtect
DATABASE SECURITY & COMPLIANCE
Webroot Antispyware Corporate Edition product review
Protect against antispyware and antivirus with Webroot Antispyware Corporate Edition. In this product review get info on installation, cost, management and policy control.
Security Services: Postini Message Discovery, Archive editions
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- Examine Security Features and Tools of Microsoft Windows Server 2008
March of the Trojans: The rising Trojan threat
by Dennis Fisher
Trojans such as Storm, the Nugache worm and a host of other botnets have compromised millions of PCs, most without the knowledge of the machine's owners.
Governance: Security is tiny portion of IT budgets
by Robert Westervelt
A Burton Group survey says security budgets typically make up 2% of IT budgets.
Interview with Troon Golf's Cary Westmark
PING: Cary Westmark
Layer8: Applying numbers to risk management
Quality Counts, Not Quantity
Key Security Initiatives Abound
Editor's Desk: Everything Goes
Perspectives: SSL No Security Blanket
Encryption cannot patch the holes created by insecure software.
- March of the Trojans: The rising Trojan threat by Dennis Fisher
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