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Content posted in September 2012
The Plural Of Data Is Not Analytics
Commentary  |  9/30/2012  | 
When it comes to security monitoring, searching and reporting aren’t always enough. The added value comes from analytics: turning data into information
Security Intelligence = Table Stakes
Commentary  |  9/25/2012  | 
Smart security practitioners know they can no longer rely on their vendors to provide the intelligence they need to deal with today's attacks
Launching An IAM Project: Where To Start
Commentary  |  9/21/2012  | 
How to think architecture-centric, not audit-centric, in identity and access
A Look At Encrypted Query Processing
Commentary  |  9/20/2012  | 
Stupid encryption tricks, only without a funny YouTube video
How Cybercriminals Choose Their Targets
Commentary  |  9/14/2012  | 
Attackers look for companies with poor defenses and a lack of security skills, so no business, not even an SMB, is immune.
What Identity And Access Management Can Learn From 'Car Talk'
Commentary  |  9/10/2012  | 
Compliance-driven IAM results in the enterprise staring at a Chinese menu of options, and all they can do is point to one that they partially understand
Great, Now We Have To Pee In The Boat
Commentary  |  9/10/2012  | 
Spontaneous reactions can create unintended and costly compliance issues
Flash First: Your Next Storage Strategy?
Commentary  |  9/5/2012  | 
As flash storage costs decline, its performance advantages over hard drives become even more appealing.
Talking 'Bout My Reputation
Commentary  |  9/1/2012  | 
When good security monitoring means not believing everything you're told


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