Issue OverviewInformation Security magazine - November 2010
November's edition of Information Security magazine covers a variety of IT security-related topics. Check out this e-zine to learn about re-architecting your provisioning system, meeting compliance mandates in the cloud, how the economy is affecting information security professionals and much more. Access >>>
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McAfee product strategy needs focus, analysts say
Slew of McAfee product initiatives pique interest of customers but industry analysts say the security giant needs to sharpen its focus.
Information security professionals on their pay, certifications
The economy is dragging down pay for information security professionals but not dampening their dedication.
- McAfee product strategy needs focus, analysts say
Due diligence processes for cloud computing compliance
Moving IT operations to the cloud requires careful due diligence to maintain compliance with HIPAA, GLBA and other regulations.
How to use an automated user provisioning system for access control
by Randall Gamby, Contributor
Re-architect your provisioning system into a first line of defense for access management.
- Due diligence processes for cloud computing compliance
Microsoft security proposal is noble, but no way
To cure the botnet plague, Microsoft wants to quarantine infected consumer PCs until they're remediated.
The Application Security Testing Gap
by C. Warren Axelrod
Application security reviews miss a critical vulnerability by not ensuring functional security.
Schneier-Ranum Face-Off on the dangers of a software monoculture
Security experts Bruce Schneier and Marcus Ranum debate the impact of a software monoculture on computer security.
- Microsoft security proposal is noble, but no way
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