June 2004: The best of SearchSecurity

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10.) Data theft detective work begins at the office
9.) Security and Sarbanes-Oxley
8.) Widespread attack under way
7.) Top 10 SQL Server security blunders
6.) High-severity flaw plagues RealOne Player, RealPlayer
5.) Fast-moving Zafi-B disables firewalls, spreads political message
4.) DDos attack targets Akamai
3.) The CISSP receives international standardization
2.) 'Critical' flaws in Internet Explorer
1.) Can an Apple a day keep security issues at bay?


10.) Essential Linux skills
9.) Spring 2004 update: Survey of vendor-specific security certs
8.) How to build a corporate culture of policy compliance
7.) Writing Tier-1 policy statements
6.) Tier-1 policies overview, part one: Employment and Standards of Conduct Policies
5.) Understanding digital-certificate infrastructure
4.) What OS should I use for my Snort sensor?
3.) Mini-tutorial: The Java security model
2.) Battle of the OSes: Which is most secure?
1.) Your desktop antivirus product may be leaving you wide open to attack


  • New developments in wireless LAN access control
  • Holistic antivirus


  • WLAN security tools
  • Securing SQL server
  • Information Security magazine – June 04
  • Holistic AV strategies
  • Battle of the OSes

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