This week Senior News Writer Bill Brenner leads a roundtable discussion on the month’s biggest news stories — including Microsoft security after Bill Gates, AV SLAs and the latest data breaches — plus details on new IE and instant messaging flaws.
Burton Group Senior Vice President and Research Director Dan Blum talks about the impact Bill Gates has had on Microsoft’s security strategy and how it may change as he lessens his role with the company. Plus the latest data breaches, new Bagle worm variants and why an infamous adware firm may be giving up the game for good.
This week News Editor Eric Parizo has all the details on Microsoft’s mammoth June patch release, and SANS Internet Storm Center Chief Research Officer Johannes Ullrich explains why the state of information security is as frightening as ever. Plus a new threat to Yahoo Mail users and why one researcher says cheap computers could cause more malware attacks.
This week, Senior News Writer Bill Brenner reports on McAfee’s acquisition of Preventsys; a Snort security flaw gets patched, but not how you might think; and a spammer’s change of heart. Also: An interview with privacy expert Mike Spinney on the long-term impact of the latest data thefts.
This week Senior News Writer Bill Brenner leads a roundtable discussion with readers about the recent Veterans Affairs data theft, vigilante antispam efforts and the future of the CISSP, plus the top infosec news.
The 451 Group’s Nick Selby discusses the recent spate of security industry acquisitions, plus all the top infosec news and why criminals may not want to show their faces in Britain.
This week Senior News Writer Bill Brenner leads a roundtable discussion with author Sean Walberg, ISECOM’s Pete Herzog and CISSP Frank Kenisky about the (ISC)2′s controversial program to bring CISSP coursework to colleges and universities, plus all the week’s top infosec news.
Security Incite’s Mike Rothman talks about who’s to blame for the controversial DOS attack against Blue Security and Six Apart, plus all the top news and the worm that just won’t die. Listen on your computer or download to your favorite mobile device.
Siemens security chief Dave Bixler talks about his organization’s intrusion defense strategy, plus all the top news and why combatants in the browser battle are turning to guerilla warfare. Listen on your computer or download to your favorite mobile device.