May 2011 - Issue 20

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Mobile insecurity ... Protecting legacy systems ... Help with security rollouts

In our feature story this month, Daniel Miessler, security consultant with Hewlett-Packard, discusses mobile vulnerabilities, including the risks associated with easy physical access to mobile devices, heavy use of wireless service at the same time and in the same place, and location-aware applications. He also addresses the three principal attack surfaces -- the device, the network and the server components -- and urges greater mobile defense.

One of our readers needs to secure his organization's legacy systems. Do readers have any suggestions on how to best shore up these systems?

Wondering how to successfully manage a security rollout? In this month's best advice column, readers provide numerous suggestions on how to implement security planning across your organization.

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Feature Story

The (In)security of Mobile Devices

Anatomy of a new type of risk

by Daniel Miessler

It wasn't long ago that being on the cutting edge of business equated to having a website. Soon after, it wasn't enough to simply have an Internet presence; you had to be interactive and engaging (see Web 2.0). But now there's a new standard. In order to truly compete in the second decade of the 21st century, you need to be in the mobile space. Read more

Gartner Magic Quadrant for Static Application Security Testing

The 7 Keys to Software Security Assurance in SMB

HP Unveils New Application Security Analysis Offering

Study Shows Single Software Security Incidents Costs Average $300,000

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Cloud Security Alliance

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Off by On: The Latest on Software Security Assurance

Inevitable Surprises in Cybersecurity: A Look at Software Security Assurance From the Federal Perspective

CSO

Security & Privacy

Dark Reading

SC Magazine

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Complimentary White Paper

Application Security Intelligence Summit

 
This month's complimentary white paper is actually an invitation to listen to a complimentary Application Security Intelligence Summit hosted on HP Fortify's channel on BrightTalk.

Forward-thinking organizations have begun to adopt a holistic approach to securing applications rather than simply investing in perimeter defenses like firewalls and intrusion prevention systems. This Web summit offers a full day of webcasts featuring leading software security experts discussing the role of application security intelligence in enabling software security assurance programs to proactively reduce business risk across the enterprise. Speakers include Derek Brink, VP of Aberdeen Group; John South, CISO, Heartland; Dennis Hurst, founding member of the Cloud Security Alliance; Dave Wichers, board member of OWASP; and Fortify founder and CTO Roger Thornton. Learn more ...

What's Your Best Advice?

This Issue's Dilemma:

 

How to secure legacy systems?

Our organization still has some legacy systems, mostly client/server systems developed during the first generations of Web-based applications. Do readers have any suggestions on how best to secure these systems?

-- K. Adani

Can You Help?
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Previous Issue's Dilemma:

How to implement security planning across the organization

 

My team needs to come up with a plan to manage a security implementation and a way to best oversee the process once the security measures are in place. Does anyone have a real-life story of a security rollout, or do you have an example of how you improved security procedures within your organization? I'd like to hear your firsthand accounts as well as any advice you have on how to improve security procedures. -- J.S.

Read what our readers have to say.

Communication and Leadership

The Basics of the New Security Leadership
What's in and what's out
by Derek Slater - CSO Online


How to Prepare the Next Generation of CIOs
Investment in education and development is key

by Arthur Langer - CIO Insight

The Increasing Threat

Fewer Hacks, Craftier Attacks?
Verizon's 2011 Data Breach Report
by Roger Grimes - InfoWorld


Data Thieves Target Permission Marketing Email Addresses
Attacks on firms from Citigroup and Verizon to Hilton and Target
by Byron Acohido - The Last Watchdog

Getting Things Done

PCI Compliance May Mean Fewer Breaches
But most pros don't think it has made a difference yet
by Tim Wilson - Dark Reading


Pinpointing Your Security Risks
Vulnerability scanning helps find at-risk applications
by Brian Robinson - IT Security


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