Issue OverviewInformation Security magazine - January/February 2010
Feature articles this month cover bringing data loss prevention coverage to mobile endpoints, readers’ security priorities and top investments for 2010, and new compliance mandates in Massachusetts and Nevada that signal a new generation of data protection laws. Read on for these great articles and more. Access >>>
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New data protection laws
by Richard E. Mackey, Jr., Contributor
Massachusetts 201 CMR 17.00 and Nevada's data protection law establish new standards for personal data protection
Disaster recovery plans and DLP solutions top 2010 priorities
Disaster recovery plans, DLP solutions, and regulatory compliance are top enterprise priorities, according to Information Security's Priorities 2010 survey
- New data protection laws by Richard E. Mackey, Jr., Contributor
Endpoint DLP fills data protection gap
by Rich Mogull
Learn how endpoint data loss prevention technology complements network DLP and secures data that users interact with on laptops, mobile and portable storage devices.
Attackers zero in on Web application vulnerabilities
Secure coding and vulnerability scanning could mitigate many Web application attacks
- Endpoint DLP fills data protection gap by Rich Mogull
Perspectives: Pet information security risks
by Ron Woerner
IT and security managers often make the mistake of being consumed with a specific risk or threat to the detriment of security
Schneier-Ranum Face-Off: Should we ban anonymity on the Internet?
Security experts Bruce Schneier and Marcus Ranum debate the possibility of eliminating anonymity on the Internet.
Leverage Google Attacks to Improve Cybersecurity
China's hacker attacks against Google's infrastructure, including Gmail accounts of human rights activists as well as Google's source code, should be used to educate enterprises about the reality of cyberespionage from nation states and organized criminals.
- Perspectives: Pet information security risks by Ron Woerner
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