Security Manager's Journal: Time for a mobile-security upgrade

Security Manager's Journal: Time for a mobile-security upgrade

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New A flood of mobile devices into the enterprise is exhausting available licenses for mobile-device security. But there are great options available today that didn't exist two years ago....
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Complying with the act is consuming more and more time and detracting from real security work....
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Security Manager's Journal: Security concerns for a data center in the cloud

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When the company data center moves to various cloud configurations, the provisioning of servers will need to be addressed....
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Flashback cleanup stalls, 142K Macs still infected

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Our manager handles the quarterly SOX report himself after more layoffs....
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Security Manager's Journal: Getting validation at the RSA Conference

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Our manager talks to colleagues and attends various breakout sessions and talks, where he might learn something new or (even better) get validation for his security program and priorities....
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Our manager's company has a lot of sensitive data on Salesforce.com servers, and until now, we could access it from any device....
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Where are the judges fit for the internet age? | Nick Cohen

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