Compliance officers are not necessarily expected to be cybersecurity experts, but are expected to ask questions to assure that risks are addressed
...surveyed by John Pescatore of the SANS Institute said they have adopted or are planning to adopt the CSCs...
Deleting data from a hard drive is not a matter for the delete key. You need to destroy or degauss the disk or overwrite the data with a tool like Wiebetech's Drive eRazer
It isn't faulty firewalls or inadequate anti-virus software that put law firms at risk of hacktivism, it's business practices, writes Loeb & Loeb's CIO, Judith Flournoy. What can firms do to fight b
...Board, and has lectured frequently for groups such as the SANS Computer Security Institute, MIS Institute, Certified Fraud Examiners, and the Information Systems Security...
Most data breaches could have been avoided with good security practices. But breaches raise issues for electronic data discovery, writes consultant and attorney Albert Barsocchini, particularly for p
The increased corporate reliance on complex applications creates the potential for security vulnerabilities. Attorneys Richard Raysman and Peter Brown discuss Web application security concerns, commo
...Barnett, director of application security at Breach Security Inc. and a SANS Institute faculty member. Google hackers have typically had to enter...
...Johannes Ullrich, chief technology officer with the security research organization SANS Institute, said it appears that a couple of thousand Web sites have...
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