Burton Group senior analyst Trent Henry explains the most effective approach to endpoint security and the pros and cons of full disk encryption, Roger Herbst, a senior IT specialist with the Timken Company talks about how he led his company’s deployment of full disk encryption on about 5,000 employee laptops, and Charles King, principal analyst of Pund-IT Research discusses Seagate’s new encrypted hard drive. (Runtime: 20:43)
SearchSecurity.com’s Security360 podcast offers fresh perspectives — from vendors, experts and infosec pros — on a variety of complex information security issues. In our debut episode, we examine the state of security for service-oriented architectures and Web services. ZapThink analyst Jason Bloomberg offers an overview of the security issues unique to SOA environments, while executives from SAP and Oracle discuss how they address SOA security in their software. (Runtime: 29:45)
Ed MacNair, CEO of email security vendor Marshal, talks about fighting spam, data breaches and the future of antivirus software. Also, a look at the week’s news.
This week, security luminary Gary McGraw explains why attacks against online gamers is also a problem for IT shops. Also, a summary of the week’s news headlines.
Security researcher Sean Barnum of Cigital, Inc. tells how IT professionals can use a set of attack patterns to keep enterprises a step ahead of digital miscreants. Also, a summary of the week’s news.
This week, Secure Computing CTO Paul Judge talks about how former CipherTrust customers are faring nearly nine months after that company was absorbed by Secure Computing. Also, a summary of the week’s news.
This week, IT pros talk about how to go from IT geek to security industry rock star, while industry experts discuss the difficulties of deploying NAC. Also, a summary of the week’s top news headlines.
Michael Sutton of SPI Dynamics introduces a software testing technique called fuzzing and discusses how it can be applied to the software development cycle. Also, Apple releases mega-fix, Go Daddy investigates a DDoS attack and IT pros report few daylight-saving time problems.
In Episode 2 of our Security Newsmakers podcast series, Information Security magazine’s Michael Mimoso and Marcia Savage, ask cyber security chief Greg Garcia about his priorities moving forward and get his take on the current threat environment. Garcia attended RSA Conference 2007 in February and told conference attendees that government, enterprises and academia need to work together to fight growing Internet threats.