Senior News Writer Bill Brenner reports from the Gartner IT Summit in Washington. Bryan Sartin, Cybertrust’s vice president of investigative response talks about his company’s merger with Verizon. Bruce Schneier, chief technology officer of BT Counterpane, and Lloyd Hession, CSO of BT Radianz talk about life after their mergers with British Telecom. Also, a review of the week’s news.
In this brief interview at the Gartner IT Summit in Washington, Yuval Ben-Itzhak, chief technology officer of security vendor Finjan talks about a newly discovered hacking technique used by attackers to avoid detection. (Runtime 3:56)
SearchSecurity.com editors discuss whether Microsoft should abandon Patch Tuesday, whether blogging is a security threat to corporate systems, the state of Wi-Fi security and Verizon’s acquisition of CyberTrust.
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Snort creator and Sourcefire founder Marty Roesch talks about last year’s failed Check Point acquisition and his decision to take Sourcefire public. Also, a summary of this week’s news.
Andy Jones, a researcher with the UK-based Information Security Forum, explains how to develop an effective security strategy to deal with large projects and defend the budget. Paul Adamonis, director of security solutions at Forsythe Security talks about how to navigate industry consolidation by developing a buying strategy; and Sandra Kay Miller gives her observations of the industry and explains why some companies may not fare well in this era of consolidation. (Runtime: 25:01).
Core Security’s Ivan Arce discusses the pros and cons of penetration testing, “month-of” flaw disclosure projects and hacking contests. Also, a summary of this week’s news.
Mark Allen, a patch analyst with Shavlik Technologies discusses Microsoft’s recent updates, including the zero-day DNS patch and the Exchange and Internet Explorer updates. Plus, a summary of this week’s IT security news.
In the debut edition of SearchSecurity.com’s Security Squad roundtable news-talk podcast, editors debate the growing concern about Apple security and whether Apple really cares about keeping its products secure, the emergence of Google hacking as an enterprise data security threat and the pros and cons of “dumbing down” the PCI Data Security Standard.
Sven Krasser from Secure Computing discusses new and dangerous techniques the bad guys are working into image spam. Plus, a summary of this week’s IT security news.