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Information Security magazine - April 2014 Vol. 16 / No. 3

As tablets and smartphones become more integrated into business environments, CISOs are scrambling to put effective countermeasures in place. But too often, their efforts are focused on combating malware instead of vulnerable applications, advanced adversaries and other emerging threats.

In this issue, we explore new mobile threats and outline steps to help security professionals hone their mobile security strategy, as organizations seek to empower their mobile workforce without compromising security. We also take a look at network programmability and Cisco Systems' Application Centric Infrastructure versus current software-defined networking implementations. Finally, analyst Jon Oltsik covers the ongoing transition in the endpoint security market as organizations face a threat landscape that requires layered security technologies.   Access >>>

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