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Comment: New Approaches Needed for Database Security and Advanced Network Threats Comment: New Approaches Needed for Database Security and Advanced Network Threats

Today’s advanced threats require a smarter approach to database security that extends beyond detection and monitoring the usual attack surfaces and SQL injection techniques. This is the view from NetCitadel’s Duane Kuroda
17 April 2014

Preparing for Europe's General Data Protection Regulation Preparing for Europe's General Data Protection Regulation

Will it come, or will it go? Kevin Townsend discusses major roadblocks to the EU’s proposed data protection legislation, and how organizations can prepare
15 April 2014

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The Generation X, Y, Z of Information Security The Generation X, Y, Z of Information Security

Not all millennials approach privacy and security with the same attitudes. As Tom Brewster discovers, regardless of age, a one-sized-fits all approach to information security is not the solution
02 April 2014

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Comment: APT Detection – Closing the Gaping Hole Comment: APT Detection – Closing the Gaping Hole

Technology solutions to combat advanced persistent threats are in no short supply, but actually detecting these targeted infiltrations remains difficult. Avishai Ziv of LynuxWorks examines the reasons, and how to overcome the problem
24 March 2014

Financial Markets: A Playground for Cybercriminals Financial Markets: A Playground for Cybercriminals

The financial markets are supposed to be transparent, and efficient. But what happens if cybercriminals begin playing with them, and would we even know it was happening? Danny Bradbury investigates
21 March 2014

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Comment: EU Data Protection Regulation – Will You Be Ready? Comment: EU Data Protection Regulation – Will You Be Ready?

The draft EU Data Protection Regulation has been delayed again. However, companies need to start considering now how to ensure they can comply with key provisions when it does reach final form, or risk being exposed to both regulatory fines and litigation
19 March 2014

Comment: Protecting Customer Data from Online Vulnerabilities Comment: Protecting Customer Data from Online Vulnerabilities

Following the Barclays data breach, where thousands of confidential customer files were stolen and sold, Wieland Alge of Barracuda Networks shares his views on the current threats to business data and the areas that must be addressed to keep ahead of new exploitation tactics
13 March 2014

Interview: Brian Honan Interview: Brian Honan

Brian Honan is a man who wears many hats, but all of them are white. Eleanor Dallaway travels to Dublin to spend an afternoon with one of the information security industry’s favorite treasures
11 March 2014

Comment: Grand Theft Data – How to Protect an Organization from Breaches Comment: Grand Theft Data – How to Protect an Organization from Breaches

Accepting the premise that data breaches will occur doesn't mean that organizations can’t take preventive measures to reduce the frequency and lessen the severity. Eric Cole of the SANS Institute explains…
10 March 2014

Hacker Training 101 Hacker Training 101

How do White Hats and Black Hats learn their trade? And are pen testing tools like Metasploit more useful for attackers or defenders? Drew Amorosi attends a master hacking class to find out…
25 February 2014

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