Issue OverviewInformation Security magazine - October 2011
2011 has been an overwhelming year for security; complete with security breaches, subsequent attacks and an abundance of negative attention. This month’s edition of Information Security Magazine, brought to you by SearchSecurity.com, is looking past the negativity and focusing on the positive. Access >>>
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Winners of the 2011 Security 7 Award have their say
by Inforamtion Security Staff
Hear from the winners of this year's Information Security magazine Security 7 Award.
Breaches prompt call for certificate authority architecture alternatives
by Robert Westervelt
The breaches of certificate authorities fuel renewed debate for Internet security alternatives.
- Winners of the 2011 Security 7 Award have their say by Inforamtion Security Staff
Antimalware product suites: Understanding capabilities and limitations
by Lenny Zeltser
Traditional antivirus tools have matured into multi-featured antimalware suites. Here’s what you should know when shopping for endpoint protection.
- Antimalware product suites: Understanding capabilities and limitations by Lenny Zeltser
Security 7 Award: Seven security standouts
by Marcia Savage
This year’s Security 7 Award winners represent a bright spot in an industry beset by bad news.
Determining the value of infosec certifications
by Lee Kushner
An InfoSec Leaders survey examines the impact of different certs on the security profession.
Medical device security: Does IEC 80001 go far enough?
by Joseph Granneman
Networked medical devices introduce new risks but does a new standard go far enough in addressing the problem?
- Security 7 Award: Seven security standouts by Marcia Savage
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