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Olympic trials: Securing the summer games
Physical security will be highly visible when the Olympic Games open Aug. 13. Behind the scenes, a small army of IT professionals will be working to guard against digital intrusions that could enable or amplify a real-world attack. Other stories cover USB tokens, email risk, intrusion prevention, phishing, and more.
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While physical security at the Olympics is paramount, information security for its vast IT network is also a major challenge.
USB tokens aren't as strong as you think. Multifactor authentication is meaningless when the supporting software is insecure.
Learn why setting comprehensive email acceptable use policies can help minimize email risks and secure your email applications.
Will intrusion prevention ever live up to its promise?
In this tip, Web security guru, Nalneesh Gaur examines how hackers are using phishing scams to exploit financial sectors of the industry, why you should care and what you can do to prevent these attacks.
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Enterprise security managers need to think like warriors when it comes to protecting their systems. Lawrence Walsh explains why.