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A new framework for preventing XSS attacks
by Joseph Bugeja and Geraint Price
Understand how cross-site scripting attacks work and how to prevent them.
Security as a Service: Benefits and risks of cloud-based security
by Joseph Granneman
Know the pros and cons to cloud-based security services before making the leap.
- A new framework for preventing XSS attacks by Joseph Bugeja and Geraint Price
Malware analysis tools and techniques failing but researchers aim for improvement
by Robert Westervelt
Malware analysis is falling short but some security researchers are working to reverse the trend.
Mobile application security best practices in a BYOD world
by Russ McRee, Contributor
Mobile applications are proliferating in the enterprise, posing new risks to enterprises and requiring mitigation.
- Malware analysis tools and techniques failing but researchers aim for improvement by Robert Westervelt
Marcus Ranum chat: The information security metrics dilemma
by Marcus J. Ranum, Contributor
Security expert Marcus Ranum goes one-on-one with Alex Hutton about the problems with security metric efforts.
Reflections on changing information security trends
by Michael S. Mimoso, Editorial Director
Veteran security journalist reminisces about covering the industry and says farewell to TechTarget.
BYOD policy: The costs and potential ROI
by Andrew Braunberg, Contributor
Security pros need to understand the total costs and potential ROI of BYOD policies.
- Marcus Ranum chat: The information security metrics dilemma by Marcus J. Ranum, Contributor
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