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Opinion

posted in January 2018
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Vulnerability Management: The Most Important Security Issue the CISO Doesn't Own
Commentary  |  1/8/2018  | 
Information security and IT need to team up to make patch management more efficient and effective. Here's how and why.
A Necessary Security Slowdown
Curt Franklin  |  1/5/2018  | 
The key to being more secure might well lie in the ability to slow down just a bit.
The Nightmare Before Christmas: Security Flaws Inside our Computers
Commentary  |  1/5/2018  | 
How an Intel design decision with no review by industry security consultants led to one of the biggest vulnerabilities in recent history.
Friday Haiku: Open Books
Curt Franklin  |  1/5/2018  | 
The year opens with a huge vulnerability. Of course there's a haiku to explain it all.
Cybersecurity on the Attack: Security Now Poll Results
Curt Franklin  |  1/4/2018  | 
The readers of Security Now have weighed in on the idea of cybersecurity teams going on the offense against hackers. Hackers might want to start worrying.
Countries, Coins & Cloud Will Test Enterprise Security in 2018
Simon Marshall  |  1/4/2018  | 
According to expert researchers from Kaspersky Labs, 2018's security challenges will be bigger than those seen in 2017.
Uber's Biggest Mistake: It Wasn't Paying Ransom
Commentary  |  1/4/2018  | 
Rather than scrambling to deal with attacks after the fact, companies need to focus on improving detection capabilities with tools that help them work within data laws, not outside of them.
The Internet of (Secure) Things Checklist
Commentary  |  1/4/2018  | 
Insecure devices put your company at jeopardy. Use this checklist to stay safer.
Meltdown & Spectre News Gets Worse – & Better
Larry Loeb  |  1/4/2018  | 
Intel CPU vulnerabilities grow in scope but patches to address the problem are beginning to be deployed.
New Intel Vulnerability Hits Almost Everyone
Curt Franklin  |  1/3/2018  | 
A vulnerability in the way that Intel CPUs deal with memory could leave everyone using an Intel-based computer open to attack.
In Mobile, It's Back to the Future
Commentary  |  1/3/2018  | 
The mobile industry keeps pushing forward while overlooking some security concerns of the past.
A Pragmatic Approach to Fixing Cybersecurity: 5 Steps
Commentary  |  1/3/2018  | 
The digital infrastructure that supports our economy, protects our national security, and empowers our society must be made more secure, more trusted, and more reliable. Here's how.
Cyber Insurance Builds for Business
Simon Marshall  |  1/3/2018  | 
Insurance for cyber issues is growing to take its place with property, casualty and business continuity insurance for the enterprise.
Autofill Brings Automatic Vulnerability
Larry Loeb  |  1/2/2018  | 
A vulnerability in browser-based autofill may mean that your users are spilling the beans on much more than they know.
The Cybersecurity 'Upside Down'
Commentary  |  1/2/2018  | 
There is no stranger thing than being breached. Here are a few ways to avoid the horror.
Welcome to 2018 in IT Security
Curt Franklin  |  1/2/2018  | 
It's a new year filled with new threats in IT security. Rejoice!
The Argument for Risk-Based Security
Commentary  |  1/2/2018  | 
A scanner can identify a vulnerability, but only a deep understanding of cyber exposure will tell you about the seriousness of that risk. Here's how and why.
Chain of Flaws Threatens Win 10
Larry Loeb  |  1/1/2018  | 
Chaining multiple vulnerabilities can create attacks that threaten millions of Windows 10 computers.
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