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2013 was a banner year for cyber security. Consumers and organizations around the world have been impacted by new strains of malware, government snooping on an unprecedented scale and more.

What should we expect from 2014?

Listen to episode 115 of our Security Slice podcast and hear Lamar BaileyCraig YoungTyler Reguly and Tim Erlin discuss why Java should die, what changes consumers should demand in Google App store, and whether 2014 will be the year of a consumer router worm.

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picThe Executive’s Guide to the Top 20 Critical Security Controls

Tripwire has also compiled an e-book, titled The Executive’s Guide to the Top 20 Critical Security Controls: Key Takeaways and Improvement Opportunities, which is available for download [registration form required].

This publication is designed to assist executives by providing guidance for implementing broad baseline technical controls that are required to ensure a robust network security posture.

The author, a security and compliance architect, examined each of the Controls and has distilled key takeaways and areas of improvement. At the end of each section in the e-book, you’ll find a link to the fully annotated complete text of the Control.

Download your free copy of The Executive’s Guide to the Top 20 Critical Security Controls: Key Takeaways and Improvement Opportunities today.

 

Definitive Guide to Attack Surface Analytics

picPre-register today for a complimentary hardcopy or e-copy of the forthcoming Definitive Guide™ to Attack Surface Analytics. You will also gain access to exclusive, unpublished content as it becomes available.

* Show how security activities are enabling the business

* Balance security risk with business needs

* Continuously improve your extended enterprise security posture

 

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Hacking Point of Sale
  • Alica Herrod

    When you’re in a shopping mall — about to make a purchase — it can be useful to make a last minute comparison with the best deals that Internet retailers are offering. However, there can be security risks if you access the Internet via a public Wi-Fi network. Cybercriminals can intercept your data and capture your passwords, login details and financial information. If you need to access the Internet when you’re out shopping, it’s safer to do so via your mobile phone network.