Issue OverviewInformation Security magazine - April 2013 / Volume 15 / No. 3
The world in which successful IAM programs must be implemented is increasingly complex, a mix of legacy on-premise IAM infrastructures, cloud-based IDaaS for hybrid cloud infrastructures, and mobile devices that are either an authentication token in disguise or a disaster waiting to happen. This month, Information Security Magazine examines the pitfalls and opportunities of moving your current IAM solutions forward into highly integrated scenarios. Access >>>
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Managing identities in hybrid worlds
by Peter H. Gregory
Are you losing control of access management as SaaS and mobile devices take hold? To achieve better operational consistency and scale, consider a centralized IAM system.
Address IPv6 security before your time runs out
by Fernando Gont
Most networks have partial deployment of IPv6 often without IT realizing it. It’s time to take stock of the security implications before attackers do.
- Managing identities in hybrid worlds by Peter H. Gregory
Botnet takedowns: A dramatic defense
by Kathleen Richards
The infections and cyberattacks that botnets are used to launch remain hard-to-detect malware threats that have moved beyond PCs to mobile devices.
- Botnet takedowns: A dramatic defense by Kathleen Richards
Security transitions: Changes that make a difference
by Robert Richardson
This month, Information Security Magazine examines security industry changes that can really make a difference: improving identity management and building security into software from the get go.
CISOs: From no seat to multiple hats
by David J. Sherry
The CISO role in many enterprises is expanding beyond security risk mitigation to risk management, privacy and regulations, and compliance.
Why information security education isn’t making the grade
by Doug Jacobson and Julie A. Rursch
Security experts explain why a holistic approach to security is critical to training computer engineers and computer scientists for a career in information security.
Cyberwar calls for software and system investment, not hacking back
by Gary McGraw, Contributor
Hacking back isn't the way to win the cyberwar. Gary McGraw says building software and systems with fewer vulnerabilities is stronger protection.
- Security transitions: Changes that make a difference by Robert Richardson
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