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Information Security magazine - Dec. 2012/Volume 14 / No. 10

Stronger defenses are necessary to defend against escalating nation-state cyberweapon and cyberespionage activities and the threats to our critical infrastructure posed by hacktivists and terrorist groups. This month, Information Security Magazine examines key security concerns in the field of critical infrastructure protection. Elsewhere in this issue, we’re looking at options for mobile biometric authentication because you’ll need to think about a new security strategy as mobile devices outnumber desktops in the enterprise.   Access >>>

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