Welcome to SearchSecurity.com's supplement to the latest issue of Information Security magazine. Now that you've read the story in the magazine, continue to explore these topics on SearchSecurity.com.
Information Security magazine asked leading security practitioners, researchers, vendors and consultants to share the best piece of advice that's helped them do their security jobs better. But the good advice goes beyond what you've already read. See what some other security luminaries cite as the guiding philosophies behind their work. In this SearchSecurity.com companion piece, you'll hear from more top security pros.
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E-mail Security Bake-off
Information Security magazine's testers compared the efficiency and effectiveness of five e-mail security appliances. Now that you have a solid understanding of these products' performance, learn more about securing the most exploited application in the enterprise. Our multi-media E-mail Security School will arm you with tactics for fortifying SMTP-based e-mail, fending off spam and viruses, and setting effective e-mail usage policies.
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Also, save your e-mail servers from dealing with unsolicited mail by using a spam appliance. Read this technical tip to find out how.
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Must-Have Antihacker Tools
In this month's issue, security expert Ed Skoudis, author of the forthcoming book "Counter Hack," lists the five most interesting new hacker tools that every security manager should add to his kit. SearchSecurity.com has created a guide of valuable resources containing in-depth information for protecting your network from hackers. >>CHECK OUT THE GUIDE
>> Would you ever hire a hacker? Our editors debate the pros and cons.
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>> Share your thoughts on whether it's a good idea to put a hacker on your payroll.
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| Information Security Decisions -- October 2005
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| August 2005