Security Wire Weekly:

February, 2009

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February 25, 2009  11:10 PM

Attacks against SSL



Posted by: Jessica Scarpati
Security Wire Weekly

Cryptography expert Taher Elgamal of Axway Inc. defends SSL in the wake of research that bypasses it. Elgamal's research led to the development of SSL.

February 23, 2009  3:56 PM

How to block adult websites from enterprise users by logging content



Posted by: Jessica Scarpati
Threat Monitor

Inappropriate content has always been a problem for enterprise security teams. What are some best practices for blocking adult content and...


February 18, 2009  6:07 PM

Chris Wysopal on secure coding



Posted by: Jessica Scarpati
Security Wire Weekly

Secure coding expert Chris Wysopal talks about dynamic and static testing and the state of secure software development tools. Wysopal also explains why he's a big...


February 16, 2009  3:24 PM

Why top lists don’t work



Posted by: Jessica Scarpati
Security Newsmakers

Security NewsmakersGary McGraw of Cigital explains why the CWE/SANS Top 25 dangerous programming errors list will fail to have a major effect...


February 11, 2009  5:12 PM

Top cybersecurity priorities for the Obama administration



Posted by: Jessica Scarpati
Security Wire Weekly

Core Security's Tom Kellermann, who served on the Commission for Cybersecurity for the 44th Presidency, talks about President Obama's cybersecurity priorities. Also,...


February 6, 2009  11:34 AM

Threat Monitor: Are Windows Vista security features up to par?



Posted by: Jessica Scarpati
Threat Monitor

Expert Michael Cobb explains why attempts to bypass Windows Vista memory protections don't necessarily mean that the operating system lacks security.


February 4, 2009  4:03 PM

Data breach cost analysis



Posted by: Jessica Scarpati
Security Wire Weekly

Larry Ponemon of the Ponemon Institute explains his firm’s Cost of Data Breach study. While costs are increasing, companies are struggling to avoid a second breach....


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