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  • More from SearchSecurity.com -- May 2007

    Online content from the May 2007 edition of Information Security magazine, examining best practices for the protection of sensitive information. 

  • Executing a data governance strategy

    Today data is siloed in many applications and databases with no documentation on how trusted it is and the relationships among applications that capture and use data. In this lesson, learn how you can remedy these issues with a mature data governance... 

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  • Locking down database applications

    In this lesson, learn how to secure database apps by building roles and privileges and monitoring access to prevent insider abuse, plus satisfy regulators by properly segregating duties and limiting application access to sensitive database data. 

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  • How to enforce a data destruction policy

    Because of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, intentional document destruction is now a process that must be carefully monitored. But a "document" takes on many forms, from spreadsheets and emails to instant messages and Word files. In this expert Q&A, Michael ... 

  • IBM uses model to understand data governance

    Steven Adler, program director of Data Governance Solutions for IBM and chairman of the Data Governance Council, has been working to understand the growing need for data security, the issues surrounding data compliance and data protection problems. I... 

  • Symantec: Data thieves thrive on zero-day flaws

    According to Symantec's threat report for the second half of 2006, attackers exploited misplaced USB drives and zero-day flaws to steal vast amounts of data. Expect more of the same in 2007.