Issue OverviewInformation Security magazine - November 2011
This month’s Information Security magazine cover story focuses on active strategies for malware resistance and compliance, data protection and incident responses found in VDI approaches. Learn how you can implement three top strategies to ensure your active desktop security isn’t compromised. Access >>>
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PCI council developing point-to-point encryption certification program
by Robert Westervelt, News Director
PCI Security Standards Council plans to release a list of certified components in April.
VDI security supports active protection strategies
by Eric Ogren, Contributor
ISM November 2011 cover story: Eric Ogren on how virtual desktop infrastructure enhances compliance, data protection and malware protection.
- PCI council developing point-to-point encryption certification program by Robert Westervelt, News Director
Overcoming obstacles in the security risk assessment process
by Craig Shumard and Serge Beaulieu
An effective risk assessment process is essential, but many factors can skew the process and get in the way of security.
Cybersecurity threats target lack of SMB security
by Amy Rogers Nazarov
Cybercriminals are zeroing in on small and midsize businesses with fewer security resources.
- Overcoming obstacles in the security risk assessment process by Craig Shumard and Serge Beaulieu
Marcus Ranum chat: Information security monitoring
by Marcus J. Ranum, Contributor
Security expert and Information Security magazine columnist Marcus Ranum talks to Richard Bejtlich, CSO and vice president, Mandiant Computer Incident Response Team (MCIRT) at security firm Mandiant.
The lack of computer security: We’re all responsible
by Elizabeth Martin
We all have an explanation for weak security, but everyone needs to do their part to improve it.
Time for discourse on China computer hacking
by Michael S. Mimoso, Editorial Director
China is being accused of hacking corporate, government and military networks in the U.S. for economic gain. Policy makers need to be versed in cybersecurity and figure out how to respond.
- Marcus Ranum chat: Information security monitoring by Marcus J. Ranum, Contributor
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