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All of the ciphers listed are Forward Secrecy (FS) enabled and are highly recommended. They work with pretty much everything you could possibly run into at…

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RSA Security has admitted for the first time that its SecurID token system was breached. This information, in a letter to its customers this week, said that intruders had breached security at Lockheed Martin using data stolen from RSA. WHAT? Wait just a minute. Isn’t RSA supposed to be the organization helping the entire cloud…

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JeffCutler
Jun 10, 2011
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A month or more of high profile security breaches have reinforced the importance of data protection as a CIO agenda item. Naturally, if a security vendor like RSA can succumb to an attack, all organisations have to ask themselves: Is their IT security fit for purpose? Coincidentally, the RSA and the other incidents happened around…

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jdierks
By: jdierks
May 31, 2011
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At RSA Europe, Ron Lapedis and I did a presentation on Consumerization, titled: “Bring Your Own Computer to Work – What Now?”. The presentation covered Consumerization issues as embodied with the use of non-corporate owned computers in the corporate environment. With this in mind, we discussed the potential bleed out of intellectual property and mitigation…

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Michael Angelo
Nov 1, 2010
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Every so often, someone will ask me what the next big security ‘event’ will be. This is always a tough question. Will it be another worm, a virus, or a new zero day attack? Maybe I have been de-sensitized by my time in the security field. After 30 years of being in computer security, defending…

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Michael Angelo
Oct 7, 2010
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Like most folks in the security industry, I’m hoping next week’s RSA Conference will be interesting, enlightening, and generally worth the airfare over to sunny California.  I read Jon Oltsik’s post from Monday on his predictions for RSA, and found myself both agreeing and disagreeing in equal measure. It’s hard to not agree that security…

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GeoffWebb
By: GeoffWebb
Feb 24, 2010
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Ellen Messmer wrote a nice piece in Network World on the Seven Burning Security Questions. I think Ellen nails it as far as the sort of things I’ve seen popping up on the radar of both vendors such as ourselves, and the security folk I speak to on a daily basis. A couple of the…

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GeoffWebb
By: GeoffWebb
May 4, 2009
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I had some time to meet up with Joern Wettern, Redmond Magazine, here at RSA, and he had some interesting insights regarding the way emotion can drive a lot of security and technology decisions.  It’s often the perception of a threat or of a risk reduction that determines what happens and how, which isn’t surprising,…

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GeoffWebb
By: GeoffWebb
Apr 27, 2009
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One of the nice things about getting to a show like RSA is the opportunity to talk to people who are intimately involved in industry, and are helping to shape the conversation about where security technology and best practices are headed. I had a chance to sit down and talk to Greg Shipley with InformationWeek…

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By: GeoffWebb
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