Issue OverviewInformation Security magazine - June 2004
Antivirus is one of the most mature infosecurity technologies and the undisputed mainstay of desktop and network defense against nasty code lurking on the Internet, but your AV product may not be doing the job you think it is. Access >>>
Premium Content for Free.
Antivirus software comparison, 2004: Not all AV products are equal
Your desktop AV may be leaving you wide open to attack.
NAC best practices and technologies to meet corporate security policy
by Curtis Dalton, CISSP
New solutions help you secure endpoints
- Antivirus software comparison, 2004: Not all AV products are equal
Physical and IT Security: Overcoming Security Convergence Challenges
Physical and IT security convergence seems just one leap away...and may remain that way. Learn how to overcome security integration challenges.
Six Sigma and CMM models offer security best practices
Security can learn a lot from Six Sigma, CMM and other established business methodologies.
- Physical and IT Security: Overcoming Security Convergence Challenges
Unintentional benefits: Attackers force search for better Trojan virus protection
by Lawrence M. Walsh
Editor Lawrence M. Walsh says creative attackers are unintentionally aiding the search for better security defenses.
Firewall and system logs: Using log file analysis for defense
by Marcus J. Ranum, Contributor
Log analysis is the most under-appreciated, unsexy aspect of infosecurity, yet Marcus Ranum says it's one of the most important.
Prevent data loss, theft with secure data outputs
by Pete Lindstrom, Contributor
To secure data outputs, some organizations are going a step further by deploying data protection systems for specific applications.
Linux malware: Challenges of the Linux worm
Should Linux users brush off concerns about malware plagues? Short answer: No. Learn more about Linux malware and the challenges posed by the Linux worm.
Internal security controls and business continuity go hand in hand
Learn the top four quality of security beliefs and see why better security means better quality.
- Unintentional benefits: Attackers force search for better Trojan virus protection by Lawrence M. Walsh
More Premium Content Accessible For Free
For many security teams, "continuous monitoring" is a vague concept associated with FISMA compliance. A continuous monitoring program can be simple ...
The variety and sheer number of network endpoints, users and devices in the enterprise today is driving IT's demands for enhanced security features ...
Enterprises leverage open source software for the perceived quality of the code, but the Heartbleed flaw has made many question their use of ...