The Internet needs its own Weather Channel

June 21, 2011
An Internet early-warning system would help organizations stay a step ahead of cyber criminals
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Penetration testing on the cheap and not so cheap

June 14, 2011
Admins charged with assessing network security can choose from solid open source offerings and enterprise-grade tools
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To beat hackers, you have to think like them

June 07, 2011
Whether in an office, a superstore, or an airport, the best IT security pros are always looking for vulnerabilities
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Windows is tougher to hack than you think

May 31, 2011
A fully patched Windows environment is harder to hack than it used to be -- and end-users remain the weakest security link
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Make your mark by stopping hackers

May 24, 2011
Anyone can hack a system, but it takes a great mind to build secure systems that can keep bad guys at bay
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We're doomed to insecurity in the cloud and on thin clients

May 17, 2011
Every new technology brings the same old security vulnerabilities, along with new ones
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Everything is hackable -- and cyber criminals can't be tracked

May 10, 2011
Until we fix the Internet, committing cyber crimes will remain ridiculously easy and low risk
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Privacy matters again, so you'd better prepare

May 03, 2011
Data breaches and mobile tracking have raised alarms; companies need to have a handle on user privacy or risk unwanted attention
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Drop in hacked records points to craftier attacks, not better security

April 26, 2011
Verizon's 2011 Data Breach Report finds far fewer compromised records, but the rise in APTs could be the reason
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Confessions of a security pro: I was wrong about host hardening

April 19, 2011
After years of preaching host hardening, this security expert realizes the practice isn't always beneficial -- and can be harmful
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