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March 6, 2012  9:43 AM

At RSA 2012, a focus on threats within and without, persistent and ephemeral



Posted by: Michael Morisy
RSA, RSA 2012, Security

RSA 2012 has come and gone from the caverns of Moscone, and I've had a (short) chance to digest this year's event, leaving a little more educated and a lot more wary about the risks facing modern IT when it comes to security. The biggest wake up call? Security expert Bruce Schneier's timely...

March 1, 2012  4:52 PM

Is Big Data poised to be Internet freedom’s biggest threat? Schneier thinks so



Posted by: Michael Morisy
Amazon, Google, Privacy, RSA, RSA 2012, Security

The biggest threat to Internet freedom isn't traditional "bad guys" like cyberterrorists and hacking groups, says Bruce Schneier, security researcher and author, but the slow, creeping advances of Big Data companies like Google and Amazon that are quietly...


February 29, 2012  11:38 AM

The Darth Vader Guide to InfoSec mastery



Posted by: Michael Morisy
RSA, Security, Security BSides, Star Wars

What really sank (or, to be more precise, exploded) the Death Star wasn't the usual suspects of Rebel scum, engineering incompetence or even the inevitable triumph of good over evil. Instead, explained Kellman Meghu, a series of common infosec missteps...


February 27, 2012  8:20 AM

Tech toys the headache of RSA 2012



Posted by: Michael Morisy
RSA, RSA 2012, Security

Once again, the IT Watch Blog is packing up its bags and reading to San Francisco for RSA, one of the security industry's largest...


June 8, 2011  3:14 PM

From Google to SecurID to iCloud: Top Tech Stories



Posted by: MelanieYarbrough
Apple, Google, iCloud, RSA, SecurID, Security, Top Tech Stories

Here at the Enterprise IT Watch blog, we try to up with the latest news in enterprise IT to keep you updated on the goings-on in your neck of the woods. Usually our posts focus on our theme month topics, but not everything new in IT follows our schedule (despite our many efforts). To make up for...


May 31, 2011  8:27 AM

RSA Breach claims its first major victim in Lockheed Martin



Posted by: Michael Morisy
Authentication, Network security, RSA, Security

After the RSA breach, there was a fair amount of debate over how much security fallout there would be, if any. As


February 22, 2011  9:19 AM

Did iPhones make the desktop virtualization call easier?



Posted by: Michael Morisy
Desktop Virtualization, iPhone, mobile virtualization, RSA, RSA 2011, virtualization

I had the opportunity to sit down with MokaFive CTO and founder John Whaley while I was at RSA, and we caught up on the adoption of desktop virtualization, where the hypervisor belongs, and more. He was even so kind as to allow me to shoot some  video, though the cafe where we were meeting makes...


February 17, 2011  1:25 PM

5 takeaways from the Department of Defense’s Cyber Strategy 3.0



Posted by: Michael Morisy
Department of Defense, IT Security, RSA, RSA 2011

William J. Lynn, III, U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense, helped kick off RSA 2011 with a keynote, as


February 16, 2011  3:01 PM

Meet Rivest, Shamir and Adleman: The men behind RSA



Posted by: Michael Morisy
RSA, RSA 2011, Security

As Michael Mimoso reported earlier, cryptography and security pioneers


February 15, 2011  4:37 PM

The sneaky vulnerability that beat Coca-Cola’s HDD encryption and leaked the secret recipe



Posted by: Michael Morisy
Lenovo, RSA, RSA 2011, Security

Yesterday I wrote about how Lenovo,


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