ISSUE 53 (March 2017)
2017: The new frontier
ISSUE 53
Issue 53 Contributors
Marnix Dekker
IT Security Strategy and Policy at the European Commission
Colin Domoney
Senior Product Innovation Manager at Veracode
Ken Ivanov, PhD
Director & Chief Security Expert at EldoS Corporation
Bob Janssen
CTO, founder, and SVP of Innovation of RES
Kayne McGladrey
Director of Information Security Services at Integral Partners
Jeremy Rowley
VP of Emerging Markets at DigiCert

2017: The new frontier

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Table of contents

  • How to leverage the benefits of open source software in a secure way
  • Antivirus 2017: Security with a hint of surveillance
  • Evolving PKI for the Internet of Things
  • 7 real-world steps to security nirvana
  • The HTTPS interception dilemma: Pros and cons
  • Deception security doesn’t have to be onerous or expensive
  • Report: BSides Ljubljana 0x7E1
  • 5 spring cleaning tips for your Identity and Access Management program

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