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RSA Conference 2012: Complete Coverage

A round-up of articles leading up to and live coverage from RSA Conference 2012, Feb. 27 - March 2, San Francisco

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>> Getting A Good Metrics Program Off The Ground
Metrics experts say that motivating a company with data requires getting away from the planning and collecting the information as soon as possible

>> A Case Study In Security Big Data Analysis
At the RSA Conference, Zions Bancorporation showed how Hadoop and BI analytics can power better security intelligence

>> Mobile's Cryptography Conundrums
Two RSA presentations -- one by NSA and one by Cryptography Research experts -- show lack of maturity in mobile ecosystem

>> Don't Let Data Drive Your Compliance Efforts
Compliance continues to be a driver for many security programs, but not necessarily for the right reason, says former NSA analyst and current Accuvant GRC guru Doug Landoll in an interview at the RSA Conference

>> Microsoft Studies 10 Years Of Malware And Threats
Special report maps malware evolution, and how the least-infected regions keep botnets, other threats at bay

>> Solving The SSL Certificate-Revocation Checking Shortfall
Just weeks after Google turned off revocation checking in Chrome, browser vendors convene at RSA to discuss some solutions to a broken system

>> NSA Wants More Involvement In Networks Of Businesses
Meanwhile, DHS officials say they're the ones who should be leading the cybersecurity charge

>> NSA Wants More Involvement In Networks Of Businesses
Meanwhile, DHS officials say they're the ones who should be leading the cybersecurity charge

>> Fixing Vulnerabilities On A Shoestring
A study of 15 vulnerability remediation projects finds only a third of time is actually spent fixing flaws. More on the costs and how to reduce them

>> Qualys' Courtot Backs Trustworthy Internet Movement
Firm's CEO pumps half a million dollars into a non-profit collaborative group designed to acchttps://cm001.cmpnet.com/iw-cc/command/iw.group.formspub.save_valid_formelerate progress on Internet security’s tough problems

>> FBI Director Urges Attack Intelligence-Sharing Between Companies And The Bureau
Teamwork in fighting cybercrime is the way "to stop the bleeding," Robert Mueller tells RSA Conference attendees

>> Cybercriminal By Day, Cyber Spy By Night?
New research shows a link between espionage malware and Black Hat SEO -- and with the RSA attackers

>> Anonymous Knocks Interpol Offline With DDoS
Group retaliates following arrests of 25 alleged Anonymous associates

>> Tracking Down Advanced Threats In Your Network
If you had an advanced attacker in your network, would your security team know it? At the RSA Conference, HBGary's Greg Hoglund shared four ways to defend against pernicious attacks

>> Report Offers Insight Into Anonymous' M.O.
Research presented before RSA reveals hacktivist collective's specific strategies, tools, and tactics

>> Can Cisco Deliver On Security Strategy?
New leadership makes promises, but some pundits remain skeptical

>> New Verizon Breach Data Shows Outside Threat Dominated 2011
Preview of Verizon Business' data breach cases shows malware and hacking the top breach methods

>> Startup Targets The Attackers Behind The APT
Former McAfee execs in new stealth venture will demonstrate an APT-type targeted attack against a smartphone at RSA Conference

>> RSA: Top-Level Execs Not On Top Of Risk Management
New RSA-Carnegie Mellon CyLab survey finds most Fortune 2000 execs have little to do with their firms' security and privacy policies

>> Cloud's Future Security Depends On Mobile
Passwords are a major weakness for cloud providers. Industry experts say that, in the future, mobile will be the authentication platform of choice

>> BLOG: RSA Conference, One Year Later
How I hope history has reshaped this year's RSA Conference one year after one of the most significant breaches in the past decade

>> Don't Be Fooled By Buzzwords, Flash, And Empty Promises
Heading to San Francisco for RSA, BSides and AGC? Make sure you know how to navigate the vendor gauntlet

>> RSA Conference To Spotlight Mobile Security
This year's conference will delve into the world of mobile security, from malware to management

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