Bob Russo, general manager of the PCI Security Standards Council, explains what the council is doing to ensure that compliance assessors don’t try to force particular vendors and products on businesses as the condition for a passing grade. Meanwhile, the keepers of the Storm Trojan try for an April Fool’s prank.
Danny Allan, director of research for IBM’s Rational division discusses the future of Watchfire under the IBM umbrella and the latest Web 2.0 threats. Also, NAC vendor, Lockdown Networks closes its doors. Senior News Writer Bill Brenner explains what analysts are saying.
Roger Nebel, director of strategic security for FTI Consulting, discusses the possible causes of the Hannaford supermarket chain data breach and examines the pros and cons of data breach insurance.
Jonathan Penn, vice president and research director at Forrester Research, explains some of the results of his firm’s IT security survey. Many IT administrators are expressing interest in deploying network access control, disk encryption and application security technologies. Also, a review of the week’s news
The SearchSecurity.com editorial team discuss the ongoing fracas over the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), the government’s role in fighting cybercrime and the security risks of virtualization software.
Peter Bamber, vice president of IT security services at Security Management Partners, talks about the huge risks he has come across as a result of badly configured networks. Also, Sun Microsystems has launched a governance, risk and compliance strategy.
Richard Jacobs, the chief technology officer of antimalware vendor Sophos, describes a cloudy picture of the NAC market. Also, a review of the week’s news
Colin Steelem of SearchITChannel.com talks about the impact security market consolidation is having on the reseller community. Also, researchers are taking aim at the latest Microsoft vulnerabilities.
Information Security magazine’s Neil Roiter discusses the state of the Network Access Control market. Also a review of the week’s news.
Industry analyst Mark Diodati describes the leaders of the identity management market; IBM’s Joe Anthony explains Big Blue’s strategy and Novell’s Dale Olds on user-centric identity.