Issue OverviewInformation Security magazine - May 2008
Learn the seven questions you need to ask before committing to SaaS. Also in this issue, Schneier and Ranum debate vulnerability research, and Dave Shackleford covers the importance of change management to security. Access >>>
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SaaS Offering Handles SSO
TechFocus: New Password Hell?
- Viewpoint: Let's add policy to GRC
Product review: CodeArmor 2.2 for Microsoft .NET
by Steven Weil, Contributor
The configuration, policy control and reporting capabilities of V.i. Labs' CodeArmor 2.2 for Microsoft .NET are reviewed.
Security Services: Webroot Email Security SaaS
At Your Service
Identity Management Suites Enable Integration, Interoperability
IDENTITY MANAGEMENT Feature-rich product suites are putting a face on integration and interoperability.
- SaaS Offering Handles SSO
Secure Computing SafeWord 2008 product review
Secure Computing SafeWord 2008 delivers identity management and access control for Windows systems using tokens that generate secure single-use passcodes. Information Security magazine reviews these capabilities.
7 Security Questions to Ask Your SaaS Provider
Outsourcing software as a service (SaaS) puts control over an organization's applications in the hands of others. Learn what questions to ask your provider, how to define security policies, how to understand how service providers handle security and ensure enforcement of policies.
Product review: Symantec Database Security 3.1
5 Steps for Developing Strong Change Management Program Best Practices
Poor change control and configuration management can affect the security of your systems and networks. Follow these five steps for a strong change management program.
Product review: Mandiant Intelligent Response 1.0
- Secure Computing SafeWord 2008 product review
Interview: Jim Kirkhope of NCR
PING: Jim Kirkhope
Face-Off: Is vulnerability research ethical?
Bruce Schneier and Marcus Ranum debate the ethics of vulnerability research
Reasearch on Coding Backdoors Presents Ugly Picture
Editor's Desk: Backdoor Bedlam
Security, Privacy Offices Must Combine Resources
Perspectives: Nowhere to Hide
- Interview: Jim Kirkhope of NCR
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