Bigger, more diverse networks mean a bigger attack surface for hackers. Today's networking pros must assess and update network security strategies to account for new vulnerabilities and respond to inevitable attacks.
In this white paper, we explore how the uncontrolled use of portable storage devices such as iPods, USB sticks, flash drives and PDAs, coupled with data theft techniques such as 'pod slurping', can lead to major security breaches.
IBM's application security solutions allow companies to preemptively and actively protect applications from external and internal threats, increase efficiencies, support compliance and improve an organization's overall security posture.
It is not uncommon for computer systems to be compromised by a company's own employees. In this week's issue we look at the Sage data breach, which highlight the risk every organisation faces from its staff. Staff are often motivated by revenge, but sometimes internal logins can be compromised, enabling hackers to circumvent firewalls.
This paper details a comprehensive, standards-based approach that integrates access control and identity management and enables you to cost-effectively provide users with access to applications and data while protecting assets from unauthor...
This eBook presents a maturity model that will help you determine how secure you really are, explores five questions every CIO should be able to answer, and outlines a new approach based on intelligence gathering and research that can keep you ahead of the cybercriminals.
Check out this presentation transcript to learn about the results of a study concerned with the extent to which employees in U.S. companies are complying or not complying with reasonable data protection and security practices.
Recently, there has been a lot of commentary around the breach of Sony’s PlayStation Network. Sadly, there has been no good discussion of how PSN was breached. Join Veracode's Security Researcher, Chris Lytle, as he explores the rumors in the marketplace regarding the Sony breach, and discusses the "probable vs. "possible" attack vectors.