(IN)SECURE Magazine issue 29 released
Posted on 08 March 2011.
(IN)SECURE Magazine is a free digital security publication discussing some of the hottest information security topics. Issue 29 has been released today.


Table of contents
  • Virtual machines: Added planning to the forensic acquisition process
  • Review: iStorage diskGenie
  • Managers are from Mars, information security professionals are from Venus
  • PacketWars: A cyber security sport for a cyber age
  • Q&A: Graham Cluley on Facebook security and privacy
  • Financial Trojans: Following the money
  • Mobile encryption: The new frontier
  • Report: RSA Conference 2011
  • Combating public sector fraud with better information analysis
  • Q&A: Stefan Frei on security research and vulnerability management
  • The expanding role of digital certificates… in more places than you think
  • 5 questions to ask when reevaluating your data security solution
  • How to achieve strong authentication on the Web while balancing security, usability and cost.





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