Issue OverviewInformation Security magazine - May 2010
This month’s cover story deals with database activity monitoring and how to keep vigilant watch over your data. Other features cover new stealthy and sophisticated malware that aims at hijacking business banking accounts and Windows 7 operating system security improvements. Read on and take a look at all three featured articles and much more. Access >>>
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Database activity monitoring keeps watch over your data
by Adrian Lane, Contributor
Database activity monitoring can help with security and compliance by tracking everything going on in the database.
OWASP Top 10 vulnerabilities list adds risk to equation
OWASP Top 10 vulnerabilities list adds risk to methodology used to categorize coding errors.
- Database activity monitoring keeps watch over your data by Adrian Lane, Contributor
Four steps toward a plan for a career in information security
by Lee Kushner and Mike Murray
Having a long-term goal for a career in information security isn't enough. Here are four key steps for planning for a career in information security.
The real information security risk equation
by Ron Woerner
A simplified information security risk equation helps translate information security risk to users.
Cybersecurity bill lacks details
The Rockefeller-Snowe cybersecurity bill has potential but raises a lot of questions.
- Four steps toward a plan for a career in information security by Lee Kushner and Mike Murray
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