ISSUE 46 (July 2015)
Avoiding IT disasters
ISSUE 46
Issue 46 Contributors
Christiaan Brand
Co-founder and CTO of Entersekt
Martin Bergenwall
Executive VP of the Mobile Security Business Division at INSIDE Secure
James Brown
Director, Cloud Solutions Architecture at Alert Logic
Steph Charbonneau
CTO at TITUS
Rob P. Faber
Enterprise security architect and consultant
Neeraj Khandelwal
Senior Product Manager, Engineering at Barracuda
Paul Madsen
Senior Technical Architect within the Office of the CTO at Ping Identity
Ulf T. Mattsson
CTO at Protegrity
Richard Moulds
VP Strategy at Thales e-Security
Corey Nachreiner
Director of Security Strategy and Research at WatchGuard

Avoiding IT disasters

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Table of contents

  • The Art of War applied to web application security
  • Signature antivirus’ dirty little secret
  • Review: Tresorit for Business
  • Making IoT security a reality
  • Report: Hack In The Box
  • Avoiding an IT disaster: Smart security for smart meters
  • The standardization of tokenization and moving beyond PCI
  • 10 practical security tips for DevOps
  • Identifying the insider threat
  • EMV’s impact on increasing card-not-present fraud: Now what?
  • Identity crisis? Honoring the IAM legacy while taking action and embracing the future
  • Report: Infosecurity Europe 2015
  • IoT, interoperability, and identity

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