Issue OverviewInformation Security magazine - May 2005
Risk management is vital for all enterprises, but for an oil company like ChevronTexaco and its Chief Information Protection Officer, Richard Jackson, the consequences of a risky drill site can last for decades. Also in this issue, read features on federated trust and deploying SNMPv3. Access >>>
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Desktop Security: GreenBorder Enterprise Security
GreenBorder Technologies' GreenBorder Enterprise Security Solution
Snapping on SNMPv3
The ubiquitous management protocol is more secure, but upgrading isn't simple.
Hot Pick: Polivec Compliance Management System 3.7
Polivec's Polivec Compliance Management System 3.7
It doesn't come easy when you federate identity management.
SonicWALL's PRO 1260
Big Brother's Watchful Eye
Our survey finds that enterprises are spending big on management systems to meet regulatory requirements.
- Desktop Security: GreenBorder Enterprise Security
Recent Releases: Security product briefs, May 2005
Read about the information security products released in May 2005.
Keeping the Data & Oil Flowing
When ChevronTexaco puts a drill in the ground, it must live with that decision for decades. Risk management and data integrity are essential.
Secure Reads: The Art of Computer Virus Research and Defense
Read a review of The Art of Computer Virus Research and Defense.
Instant Messaging: Akonix L7 Enterprise 4.0
Akonix Systems' Akonix L7 Enterprise 4.0
Vernier Networks' EdgeWall 7000 series
- Recent Releases: Security product briefs, May 2005
Layer 8: Debating policy vs. technology
Logoff: Let's not cheapen information security certifications
Dollars & Certs
Perspectives: Windows Server 2003 security stands up
One study concludes that Windows Server 2003 is more secure than Linux.
Ping: Bruce Bonsall
MassMutual's Bruce Bonsall
Editor's Desk: Targeted malware
- Layer 8: Debating policy vs. technology
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