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Information Security magazine - June 2014 Vol. 16 / No. 5

As more security professionals take on greater roles in global risk management, Global 2000 companies are investing in cybersecurity measures above and beyond compliance requirements. Global threat intelligence services have continued to evolve and play more of role in security information and event management and endpoint security products. More organizations are collecting and analyzing global threat information against vulnerabilities in their IT infrastructure and other assets. We evaluate the value of these services in risk assessment and find out how to take advantage of endpoint intelligence. We also report on the growing trend of community-based threat intelligence services, and look at the puppet masters of malware, command-and-control networks. Columnist Marcus Ranum interviews Avi Rubin about his latest work on shielding medical information systems.   Access >>>

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