ISSUE 14 (November 2007)
Wireless security
ISSUE 14
Issue 14 Contributors
Paul Asadoorian
Host of PaulDotCom Security Weekly
Matt Clark
Director of Compliance Reporting at Voyence
Caroline Ikomi
UK technical manager at Check Point
Richard Moulds
VP of product management at nCipher
Mairtin O’Sullivan
Senior Security Consultant at Espion
Dave Page
President of Discount Security Cameras
Simon Reed
Vice President of Engineering at GFI Software
Corrado Ronchi
Co-founder and CEO of EISST Ltd.
Joel Rosen
CEO of Tizor

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Table of contents

  • Attacking consumer embedded devices
  • Review: QualysGuard
  • CCTV: technology in transition – analog or IP?
  • Interview with Robert “RSnake” Hansen, CEO of SecTheory
  • The future of encryption
  • Endpoint threats
  • Review: Kaspersky Internet Security 7.0
  • Interview with Amol Sarwate, Manager, Vulnerability Research Lab, Qualys Inc.
  • Network access control: bridging the network security gap
  • Change and configuration solutions aid PCI auditors
  • Data protection and identity management
  • Information security governance: the nuts and bolts
  • 6 CTOs, 10 Burning Questions: AirDefense, AirMagnet, Aruba Networks, AirTight Networks, Fortress Technologies and Trapeze Networks

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