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July 2004: The best of SearchSecurity.com

The Editorial Team

The tallies are in! Check out SearchSecurity's top 10 tips and news articles for the month of July, and find out what topics and advice your infosec peers have deemed the most important.

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TOP 10 NEWS ARTICLES


10.) Duts is first known Pocket PC bug
9.) Linux kernel has multiple flaws
8.) Security holes plague Microsoft Word, Outlook
7.) Microsoft issues seven security bulletins, two 'critical'
6.) Experts predict Wi-Fi explosion
5.) Mydoom-M on Internet rampage
4.) New Trojan spreads via spam
3.) Security and Sarbanes-Oxley
2.) Libraries to comply with antiporn law or lose federal funding
1.) IT experts critical of IE workaround

TOP 10 TIPS


10.) The security manager's daily checklist
9.) Quiz: Authentication methods
8.) The future role of the CISO: Keeping auditors at bay
7.) Battle of the OSes: Which is most secure?
6.) Fighting browser-based spyware
5.) Improving employee awareness to fight malicious code
4.) Computer Security: 20 Things Every Employee Should Know
3.) The insecurity of two-factor authentication
2.) Tools for combating spyware in the enterprise
1.) Charting a path through the security certification landscape

JULY WEBCAST


  • Policy compliance for end-point devices

    JULY FEATURED TOPICS


  • Readers' choice: Top 10 infosec tips
  • Two-factor authentication
  • Overview of security certifications
  • End-point security


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