ISSUE 30 (June 2011)
Issue 30 Contributors
Randy Abrams
Director of Technical Education, Cyber Threat Analysis Center, ESET North America
Simon Heron
CTO of Redscan
Brian Honan
Owner of BH Consulting, Founder of Ireland’s national CERT
Andrew Kemshall
Co-founder of SecurEnvoy
Maxim Kuzin
Banking security expert
Rafal Los
Application Security Evangelist with HP Software
David Lowenstein
CEO of Federated Networks
Risu Na
CTO of Federated Networks
Tim Parker
Vice President of Research and Development for Absolute Software
Gideon Rasmussen
Information security manager
Didier Stevens
IT Security Consultant at Contraste Europe NV


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Table of contents

  • Microsoft’s Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkitup?
  • Transaction monitoring as an issuer fraud risk management technique in the banking up?
  • card payment systemup?

  • IPv6: Saviour and threatup?
  • The hard truth about mobile application security: Separating hype from realityup?
  • Don’t fear the auditorup?
  • Book review: Kingpinup?
  • Secure mobile platforms: CISOs faced with new strategiesup?
  • Security needs to be unified, simplified and proactiveup?
  • Whose computer is it anyway?up?
  • 10 golden rules of information securityup?
  • The token is deadup?
  • Book review: IPv6 for Enterprise Networksup?
  • Cyber security revisited: Change from the ground up?

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