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When Apple releases iOS 8 in the fall, corporate employees who use their iPhones and iPads for work will have better privacy protection when walking in places with Wi-Fi networks. Joe DeMesy chimes in on the privacy issue in this CIO article: How Apple iOS 8 Eases Some Privacy Concerns
Microsoft’s latest report signals the need for better tools and controls to secure computers at the network’s endpoints, experts say. Security Analyst Conan Dooley weighs in on the issue in this CSO article: Countering Security Threats Outlined in Latest Microsoft Report
Major tech companies’ funding commitments to support critical open-source projects is only the first step in preventing another industry-disrupting OpenSSL Heartbleed bug. Senior Security Analyst Joe DeMesy chimes in on the issue in this CSO article: Tech Titan Funding Just a Start in Securing Critical Open-Source Projects
Recently, the amount of trust placed in the fundamental structure of the Internet has come into question. Vincent Liu is quoted in this: USA Today – Analysis: Whom Can You Now Trust In Tech? with his thoughts on how this affects consumers and businesses.
DarkReading.com – Better Patching Priority Vincent Liu discusses his ideas on avoiding security risks by properly prioritizing your patches in this DarkReading blog post DarkReading.com – Better Patching Priority.
DarkReading.com – Businesses Feel Impact Of IT Security Skill Shortage, Study Finds Vincent Liu was quoted on the shortage of IT security skills in the article DarkReading.com – Businesses Feel Impact Of IT Security Skill Shortage, Study Finds
Point2Security – A Primer for Securing the Startup Christie Grabyan’s BayThreat 2012 presentation Where to Start When Securing a Startup? was highlighted in the article Point2Security – A Primer for Securing the Startup.
Brenda Larcom will be presenting on the topic of Threat Modeling Using Trike on Tuesday, Feb 28th at the Mozilla Security Blog in Mountain View, CA.