Issue OverviewInformation Security magazine - September 2004
How vulnerable is the U.S. critical national infrastructure to attack? Read this month's special report for more details. Also, get information on code reviews, IPv6 concerns and offshore security. Access >>>
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U.S. critical infrastructure security: Highlighting critcal infrastructure threats
by STEPHEN BARLAS, ALAN EARLS, MICHAEL FITZGERALD, JERRI LEDFORD AND DENNIS MCCAFFERTY
Despite heightened post-9/11 security awareness, the U.S. is exposed to numerous critical infrastructure threats.
Outsourcing best practices: Identifying offshoring risks
by Erik Sherman, Contributor
Offshoring is good for business, but lax security practices can torpedo your investment.
- U.S. critical infrastructure security: Highlighting critcal infrastructure threats by STEPHEN BARLAS, ALAN EARLS, MICHAEL FITZGERALD, JERRI LEDFORD AND DENNIS MCCAFFERTY
Web app security devices highlight source code vulnerabilities
by James C. Foster, Contributor
Emerging Web app security services and products bring source code vulnerabilities to light, writes James C. Foster.
- Web app security devices highlight source code vulnerabilities by James C. Foster, Contributor
Security practitioners should demand security intelligence sharing
by Lawrence M. Walsh
Would you tell your enterprise security secrets if you could hear others? Lawrence Walsh explains why he thinks communication in the security field is lacking.
Forming enterprise security best practices from past mistakes
by Jay Heiser, Contributor
Measuring risk and forming best practices relies on learning from past experiences. Analyst Jay Heiser explains how security tactics in the past, echo in todays world.
Patch deployment best practices: Rushing patches isn't always better
by Victor Garza, Contributor
Do you rush to deploy patches, hot fixes or service packs as soon as possible? Victor Garza explains why this may not necessarily be the right decision.
What the Watchfire-Sanctum acquisition means for Web app security
by Pete Lindstrom, Contributor
See why Watchfire's acquisition of Sanctum does not spell the end for web app security.
Information security careers: Are information security officers a dying breed?
The information security officer will soon go the way of the dodo bird.
- Security practitioners should demand security intelligence sharing by Lawrence M. Walsh
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