Issue OverviewInformation Security magazine - January 2005
Information sharing has not always been security pros' forte, but Ernie Hayden, CISO for the Port of Seattle, and Kirk Bailey, CISO for the City of Seattle, are showing that doesn't have to be the case. Also in this issue, get tips on vulnerability management and debunking security myths. Access >>>
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You're just plugging holes if you don't have the right processes and policies.
The Sky's the Limit
What security technology do you need that you can't get today? Here's your wish list.
Content Filtering: Websense Enterprise 5.5
Websense's Enterprise 5.5
Authentication: RSA SecurID 6.0 for Windows
RSA Security's SecurID 6.0 for Windows
Seattle CISOs Ernie Hayden and Kirk Bailey are pioneering a new level of trust and cooperation to secure their enterprises.
Hot Pick: F5 Networks' FirePass 4100 Series
F5 Networks' FirePass 4100 Series
- Vulnerability Mismanagement
Antispyware: Webroot Software's Spy Sweeper Enterprise
Webroot Software's Spy Sweeper Enterprise
Secure Reads: Gray Hat Hacking
Gray Hat Hacking: The Ethical Hacker's Handbook
Recent Releases: Security product briefs, January 2005
Learn about the information security products released in January 2005.
Avinti's iSolation Server 1.1
The Myths of Security
The ancient Greeks spun myths to explain the unexplainable. Modern enterprises use commonly held myths as a foundation for security.
Key to the World
SAML's portable trust makes federated identity work.
- Antispyware: Webroot Software's Spy Sweeper Enterprise
Logoff: Government tosses pennies toward information security
Death by a Thousand Cuts
Editor's Desk: Remembering the dearly departed
Built to Sell
Layer 8: The security governance myth
Perspectives: Walk in management's shoes
One security manager describes his experience with a management program that helped him understand how to align security with business objectives.
- Logoff: Government tosses pennies toward information security
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