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This article is part of the October 2011 issue of Spotlight on top security trends of 2011 and Security 7 award winners
Information Security magazine and SearchSecurity.com announce the winners of the seventh annual Security 7 Awards. The award recognizes the achievements and contributions of practitioners in seven vertical markets: financial services/banking, telecommunications, manufacturing, retail, government/public sector/non-profit, education and health care/pharmaceutical. This year’s winners represent a diverse mix of talent, including an educator, a congressman, and a trio of security pros who created a new venue for industry collaboration. Each of the winners was asked to write an essay on a subject matter they are passionate about. You'll hear directly from them about a variety of critical cybersecurity issues. 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.
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