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Content posted in March 2010
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Creative Approaches To Malware Detection
Commentary  |  3/1/2010  | 
Cyberwar and advanced persistent threats (APT) are fun terms thrown around a lot lately. Everyone seems to have their own slightly varied opinion on what they each mean. Personally, I don't care all that much what the different nuances of each are as long as I can understand the associated threats and deal with them appropriately.
Storage Protocol Selection
Commentary  |  3/1/2010  | 
In IT there always seems to be an effort to consolidate something. We've consolidated servers with server virtualization, attempted to consolidate storage with SAN and NAS, attempted to consolidate the management of storage tiers with automated tiering, but what about protocols? They just seem to continue to proliferate. Which storage protocol should you select?
App Insecurity: More Than Half Fail Security Tests First Time
Commentary  |  3/1/2010  | 
Applications are where the action is, both for business productivity and, not at all coincidentally, for exploits. A new report from Veracode charges that 58% of reviewed apps flunked security tests the first time.
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