Issue OverviewInformation Security magazine - June 2010
This month’s cover story is on useful and affordable encryption options for preventing data loss in your organization’s riskiest endpoints. Other articles in this issue cover cloud security, Symantec’s recent acquisitions, compliance management, and a debate over hiring convicted hackers. Read these great articles and more in this month’s issue. Access >>>
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Cloud computing risks and how to manage them
by Tim Mather
Cloud computing alters enterprise risk. Here's what you need to know in order to safely navigate the cloud.
Use full disk or file/folder encryption for laptop data security
by Dave Shackleford
Learn about the options for protecting laptop data, including full disk encryption and file/folder encryption, and their associated deployment and management challenges.
- Cloud computing risks and how to manage them by Tim Mather
Symantec acquisitions cement encryption-as-a-feature
Symantec acquisitions of PGP and Guardian Edge future ensures that encryption is becoming less of a standalone security tool.
Demystifying governance, risk and compliance
by David Schneier
GRC aims to bring together disparate compliance efforts in the enterprise, but the concept has been stymied by a lack of clarity. Developing a GRC program requires three key steps.
- Symantec acquisitions cement encryption-as-a-feature
Don't keep quiet after a data security breach
by Kim Getgen and Kimberly Kiefer Peretti
Organizations who stay silent after a data security breach end up paying a higher price and helping cybercriminals.
Weighing the risk of hiring hackers
Bruce Schneier and Marcus Ranum debate the risks associated with hiring hackers.
Information security spending shouldn't be driven by compliance
If you're spending more to protect custodial data because of compliance than you are to protect company secrets, you're missing the big picture.
- Don't keep quiet after a data security breach by Kim Getgen and Kimberly Kiefer Peretti
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