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More from -- June 2007

This month, Information Security magazine examines the role of security integrators and consultants, and helps you manage relationships with outside help.

In this exclusive for, ISM Features Editor Marcia Savage asks experts about the value your organization should place on an integrator's credentials and how that should influence your selection process.

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Keeping data safe
In our brand-new Data Protection Security School, a trio of top instructors will teach you how to avoid disastrous data leaks, master the finer points of data storage strategy and demystify data encryption. Learn the tools and tactics you need to successfully secure data throughout the enterprise -- whether in motion or at rest.

Webcast: Super SIMs
Stop ignoring that ever-growing pile of network logs. In this webcast, security luminary Joel Snyder examines security information management, product roadmaps and underlying aspects of SIMs that may provide surprising benefits.

Next-generation authentication
In this brand-new lesson in our Identity and Access Management Security School lesson, Burton Group's Mark Diodati outlines the latest and greatest in authentication technology, and identifies what offerings makes sense for your organization's needs.

Podcast: Security Squad editors discuss whether Microsoft should abandon Patch Tuesday, whether blogging is a security threat to corporate systems, the state of Wi-Fi security and Verizon's acquisition of CyberTrust.
SIMs quiz
Once you've perused Information Security's article this month on new directions in security information management systems, take this quiz and test your knowledge of this important security domain.
>> Take this quiz on security information management (SIMs).

UTM screencast
Expert and author David Strom looked at six UTM appliances in a head-to-head review. Once you've digested that comparison, download this screencast with David, who provides a look at some of the management interfaces for each of the products he reviewed.
>> View our unified threat management screencast.

Keep keys to the kingdom safe
Encryption keys can be cumbersome to secure. Expert W. Curtis Preston provides you with a technical tip that unlocks a few best practices for successful key management.
>> Learn successful encryption key management.

PING: FDIC's Michael L. Jackson
Information Security recently spoke to FDIC associate director Michael L. Jackson about his role in developing and maintaining the FFIEC guidance for risk assessments and strong authentication for financial services institutions.
>> Download our interview with FDIC's Michael L. Jackson.


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