Issue OverviewInformation Security magazine - March 2009
This month's issue of Information Security focuses on risk management. We'll cover many important topics, such as: Cloud Computing - cost savings vs. security concerns; Web 2.0 - ways monitor and manage Web 2.0 usage within your company; Web Application Firewalls - How to choose and implement the right WAF for your company; and much more. Access >>>
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Five considerations for securing a midmarket company
Smaller organizations need to be more resourceful, and we'll explain how risk management, automation and managed security services, among others, can help.
Choosing the right Web application firewall
by Michael Cobb, Application Security
PCI DSS is requiring companies to buy Web application firewalls. We'll show how you how to pick the WAF that's right for you, and how to use it so your company is compliant -- and more secure.
Cloud computing security framework may ease security concerns
The Jericho Forum is expected to release a framework of security considerations for organizations moving business to the cloud.
- Five considerations for securing a midmarket company
How to Secure Cloud Computing
On-demand computing services can save large enterprises and small businesses a lot of money, but security and regulatory compliance become difficult.
How to secure use of Web 2.0
How much information is too much information, and how will you monitor and manage the use of Web 2.0 inside your organization?
- How to Secure Cloud Computing
Cybersecurity's profile rising under Obama
The Obama Administration is conducting a review of the government's cybersecurity policies and process. We should be encouraged that security could move beyond the useless paper exercise it is today
Enforcing a vendor risk assessment to avoid outsourcing security risks
by David Mortman, Contributor
As enterprises outsource more services and share data, they must be vigilant about the security of third parties.
Data classification best practices: Techniques, methods and projects
by Jay Heiser, Contributor
Effective data classification in the enterprise requires a simple approach.
- Cybersecurity's profile rising under Obama
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