Issue OverviewInformation Security magazine - July 2005
Some companies are making their business managers responsible for security: How does that change the game? Also, get tips on access strategies and closing the policy gap. Access >>>
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Linux's Best Friend
Thanks to YUM, Linux updates are as reliable as Old Yeller.
Corrent's SR110 SSL VPN Web Security Gateway
by Mike Chapple, Enterprise Compliance
Read about Corrent's SR110 SSL VPN Web Security Gateway with Check Point Connectra 2.0.
Intrusion Detection: Tripwire's Enterprise 5.0
by Scott Sidel, Contributor
June 2005 review of Tripwire's Enterprise 5.0
The Business Case for Network Security: Advocacy, Governance and ROI
Read a review of the book: The Business Case for Network Security: Advocacy, Governance and ROI.
Finding a comprehensive identity and access management architecture requires leadership to navigate the technology and implementation labyrinth.
To gain buy-in and support for your security policies, it's best to start at the top.
- Linux's Best Friend
Hot Pick: NetContinuum's NC-1000 Application Security Gateway 4.3
NetContinuum's NC-1000 Application Security Gateway v4.3
nCircle's IP360 Vulnerability Management System product review
Product review of nCircle's IP360 Vulnerability Management System pricing, setup, configuration, assessment, and installation feature information.
Recent Releases: Security product briefs, July 2005
Read about the security products released in July 2005.
Meet the New Champions
CIGNA makes business managers responsible for security.
Seven ways to leverage your infrastructure against spyware.
- Hot Pick: NetContinuum's NC-1000 Application Security Gateway 4.3
Layer 8: When security is a losing battle
Publisher's Note: Security goals
How important is malware defense in the minds of security professionals? You may be surprised by our 2005 Security Priorities survey.
Ping: Karen Worstell
Perspectives: Lessons learned in BS 7799 certification
Bank of Montreal shares seven lessons learned as it achieved BS 7799 certification.
- Layer 8: When security is a losing battle
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