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Q&A: Ken Pfeil, CISO, Pioneer Investments Q&A: Ken Pfeil, CISO, Pioneer Investments

Ken Pfeil of Pioneer Investments sat down with Infosecurity’s Drew Amorosi in Stamford, Connecticut, as the two covered a broad range of topics. Highlights include Windows XP end of life, vulnerability assessment, choosing the right technology, and how to evaluate potential technology vendors.
18 July 2014

Security Vendors and Their Technology: Working Better, Together Security Vendors and Their Technology: Working Better, Together

Business can be cutthroat, but when a company’s products are enlisted in the war against cyber-threats, it’s a battle that requires allied forces. Drew Amorosi talks to one security professional who underscores why cooperation and integration are increasingly becoming the norm among the security vendor community
01 July 2014

Interview: Rik Ferguson Interview: Rik Ferguson

At this winter's RSA Conference in San Francisco, Eleanor Dallaway interviewed an information security researcher, a rock star, a father of three, a graduate of French, and a man whose lifetime ambition is to sell pottery in the Dordogne. Of course, these all describe one person. Infosecurity presents Rik Ferguson…
14 May 2014

Comment: Mitigate Cyber Attacks Now in Emerging Markets Comment: Mitigate Cyber Attacks Now in Emerging Markets

As the use of mobile technology continues to rise in emerging markets, there is a growing concern around the compromise of privacy and data security. GlobalLogic’s Juan Manuel Caracoche and Tzvi Kasten explain the state of security in Brazil and other emerging countries and why building security protection into products will mitigate phishing and malware attacks
13 May 2014

BYOD: A Victim of its Own Success BYOD: A Victim of its Own Success

Stephen Pritchard discovers the problems businesses face around BYOD, or bring your own device, are largely problems of success
24 April 2014

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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

Comment: Third Parties and Identity Management – Welcome to the World of Marketing Comment: Third Parties and Identity Management – Welcome to the World of Marketing

Marketing teams have many options for managing their activities around social media, website administration and analytics. David Meyer of OneLogin contemplates whether company security policies are being followed and how IT can get involved in managing risks
03 April 2014

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

Anti-Virus: Little More Than a Team Player Anti-Virus: Little More Than a Team Player

Anti-virus is just one small part of the holistic security strategy, argues Ryan W Smith
28 March 2014

Anti-virus Lives to Fight Another Day Anti-virus Lives to Fight Another Day

Anti-virus remains a cornerstone of any security strategy, finds David Harley, as he acknowledges the contributions of anti-malware researchers
28 March 2014

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