• Use data to fight industrialised cyber crime, says RSA fraud head

    Fighting cyber criminals is all about collecting and using data, according to RSA head of anti-fraud services Daniel Cohen

    WAshford395 pointsBadges:
  • RSA 2014: The benefits of an intelligence-driven security strategy

    Computer security expert Eugene Spafford discusses the current state of cybersecurity and the benefits of an intelligence-driven security strategy.

    ITKE357,100 pointsBadges:
  • DevOps explained: Why experts call DevOps and security a perfect match

    At RSA Conference 2015, a pair of DevOps proponents explained why the nascent movement to integrate development and IT operations staff pays security dividends.

    Eric Parizo2,920 pointsBadges:
  • Despite benefits, skepticism surrounds bug bounty programs

    Some people think bug bounty programs are the answers to vulnerability woes, yet others remain skeptical of the negative impacts they present. RSA Conference panelists discussed both sides of one of today's hottest and most controversial IT topics.

    SharonShea375 pointsBadges:
  • Is RSA Conference growing too large? Should it be moved to a new venue?

    Eric Parizo2,920 pointsBadges:
  • RSA Conference 2015 recap: Record attendance, record stakes

    This year's RSA Conference once again broke the previous year's attendance record. Is the show getting too big for San Francisco? Plus key takeaways and final words from our executive editor.

    Eric Parizo2,920 pointsBadges:
  • Long-duration advanced persistent threat attacks now the norm, say experts

    Threat experts at RSA Conference 2015 say today's most dangerous attack techniques reflect a shift toward long-duration attacks that are often nearly impossible to detect.

    mheller645 pointsBadges:
  • Security ethics survey shows honesty is a tricky business

    A security ethics survey conducted at the 2015 RSA Conference indicates that infosec professionals may be wary of media attention in breach and vulnerability reporting.

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  • Infosec still in the Dark Ages, says RSA president

    It is time for information security to escape the Dark Ages, according to Amit Yoran, president of RSA, the security division of EMC

    WAshford395 pointsBadges:
  • Intel security head challenges industry at RSA Conference

    Intel Security Group senior vice-president Chris Young challenges the information security industry to change its approach

    WAshford395 pointsBadges:

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