Site Map - Cybersecurity

Who's Who and What's Where

- (ISC)2 has issued its '2007 Resource Guide for Today's Information Security Professional, Global Edition.'

New In PlainText

- A guide to conducting security risk assessments.

Forging Ahead with Radio Frequency

- Best practices for RFID in identity management.

Wireless Intrusion Prevention WIPing Into Shape

- Major companies pay increased attention to preventing wireless network intrusion.

Driving the Debate on Driver’s Licenses

- Is there any hope of a more secure driver’s license?

A New Perspective on Protecting Personal Data

- A trio of computer scientists at Stanford University is developing a conceptual framework for understanding privacy expectations and their implications using the tenets of a principle called contextual integrity.

New In PlainText

- The CISO Handbook: A Practical Guide To Securing Your Company is written by several Certified Information Systems Security Professionals who have set out to write the ultimate information officer’s handbook.

Driving The Debate on Drivers’ Licenses

- Is there any hope of a more secure driver’s license? A white paper from 9/11 Security Solutions, Inc., says “yes.”

A New Perspective on Protecting Personal Data

- While the ability to access databases from anywhere via the Internet enhances everyone’s efficiency, it also raises the risk that personal and proprietary information will fall into the wrong hands.

A Site to See

- Hak.5 calls itself “a television show for geeks, hackers, and do-it-yourselfers” that is distributed online in short YouTube segments. Find out more about the exploits that are coming your way by visiting Hak.5., this month’s Site to See.

Painful Disclosures

- The average stock prices of six companies that had disclosed an information security breach between February 2005 and June 2006 fell by five percent within a month of the disclosure and remained as much as 8.5 percent below predisclosure levels for nearly a year.

A Site to See

- This month's site to see takes you to Google's new purchase, YouTube.

Faking Fingerprints and Eying Solutions

- With biometrics like fingerprints and iris scans eyed for use in government-issued IDs such as passports, efforts to assess their ability to discern faked images are underway.

Beyond Print

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