RSA 2015: Into the Woods: Protecting Our Youth from the Wolves of Cyberspace

RSA 2015: Into the Woods: Protecting Our Youth from the Wolves of Cyberspace

When talking cybersecurity, it’s far more common to be thinking about malware than social issues. However during this year’s RSA Conference, information security and child safety c ...

RSA 2015: Quantitative Security: Using Moneyball Techniques to Defend Corporate Networks

RSA 2015: Quantitative Security: Using Moneyball Techniques to Defend Corporate Networks

When Oakland A’s General Manager Billy Beane embraced an analytic approach to building the dream team, he revolutionized baseball. What if organizations embraced a similar approach ...

RSA 2015: Talking ‘bout My Next Generation

RSA 2015: Talking ‘bout My Next Generation

The time is now. The security generation needs to invest in the next generation of talent, Christofer Hoff, vice president and security chief technology officer, Juniper Networks, ...

RSA 2015: Enhancing Cloud Trust

RSA 2015: Enhancing Cloud Trust

When it comes to information security, the move to the cloud highlights two key features: transparency and control.  Scott Charney, Corporate VP of Trustworthy Computing at Microso ...

RSA 2015: Innovate Your Mindset, Not Your Tech

RSA 2015: Innovate Your Mindset, Not Your Tech

How can we simultaneously live in the “Dark Ages” and the “Information Age”? In the first keynote speech of RSA Conference 2015, “Security’s Age of Enlightenment,” president of EMC ...

RSA 2015: Breaking the Glass Firewall: The Changing Role of Women in IT Security

RSA 2015: Breaking the Glass Firewall: The Changing Role of Women in IT Security

RSA is only days away. The leading security conference features hundreds of sessions, ground-breaking research and discussions about issues facing the industry. One of the more int ...

Where We’re Going, We Don’t Need Phones—Three Key Takeaways from MWC 2015, Where Mobile Went Way Beyond Just Phones

Where We’re Going, We Don’t Need Phones—Three Key Takeaways from MWC 2015, Where Mobile Went Way Beyond Just Phones

There aren’t many events in the world that can say more than 93,000 people traveled thousands of miles from 200 different countries to attend. The ones that make it into this upper ...

RSA 2015: Into the Woods: Protecting Our Youth from the Wolves of Cyberspace

When talking cybersecurity, it’s far more common to be thinking about malware than social issues. However during this year’s RSA Conference, information security and child safety crossed paths for a discussion on how to protect children from becoming victims of cybercrime. As technology has gotten increasingly more sophisticated, unfortunately so have the potential threats facing kids. Michael Osborn, chief ...

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RSA 2015: Quantitative Security: Using Moneyball Techniques to Defend Corporate Networks

When Oakland A’s General Manager Billy Beane embraced an analytic approach to building the dream team, he revolutionized baseball. What if organizations embraced a similar approach to choosing security solutions? The current method is more of an art than a science, Amit Mital, CTO, Symantec noted in his keynote at RSA. By adopting a quantitative approach to data and security, organizations can make better i ...

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RSA 2015: Talking ‘bout My Next Generation

The time is now. The security generation needs to invest in the next generation of talent, Christofer Hoff, vice president and security chief technology officer, Juniper Networks, urged his colleagues during his RSA keynote. Hoff teamed up with Reuben Paul to demonstrate how even a third-grader can successfully launch a cyberattack. The nine year old has an impressive track record. He’s CEO of Prudent Games ...

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RSA 2015: Enhancing Cloud Trust

When it comes to information security, the move to the cloud highlights two key features: transparency and control.  Scott Charney, Corporate VP of Trustworthy Computing at Microsoft, raised the question of how it is possible for people to provide control and transparency in this new environment, and what it looks like. During his RSA keynote, Charney addressed Microsoft’s 2004 plan to implement a security ...

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RSA 2015: Innovate Your Mindset, Not Your Tech

How can we simultaneously live in the “Dark Ages” and the “Information Age”? In the first keynote speech of RSA Conference 2015, “Security’s Age of Enlightenment,” president of EMC's RSA security division, Amit Yoran, explains the paradox of the world we live in: security knowledge is surface and slow, while data stores drive deeper and the speed of communication increases. In a day in age where self-drivin ...

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RSA 2015: Breaking the Glass Firewall: The Changing Role of Women in IT Security

RSA is only days away. The leading security conference features hundreds of sessions, ground-breaking research and discussions about issues facing the industry. One of the more interesting sessions will explore the role of women in the IT security industry. Only 11 percent of people in the IT security profession are women. A lack of mentorship and salary discrepancies are just some of the obstacles impactin ...

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Where We’re Going, We Don’t Need Phones—Three Key Takeaways from MWC 2015, Where Mobile Went Way Beyond Just Phones

There aren’t many events in the world that can say more than 93,000 people traveled thousands of miles from 200 different countries to attend. The ones that make it into this upper-echelon of gatherings must be full of entertainment, intrigue, plenty of SWAG and more pseudo-celebrities than an episode of the Kardashians. So, are we talking about The World Cup, the Olympics, or possibly even the Academy Awar ...

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The Road to HIMSS: Reporter Michelle Ronan Noteboom talks HIT trends

MSLGROUP caught up with Health IT Freelance Writer Michelle Ronan Noteboom to chat about topics she will be interested in at HIMSS15. Meaningful Use Stage 3 and some of the big healthcare tech companies are among the topics on her agenda, and she is open to other news and innovations companies will be showcasing.  Look for insights from Michelle during the conference; you can  follow her on Twitter @michnot ...

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The Road to/from McCormick Place at HIMSS15

When Paul Simon sang “50 Ways to Leave Your Lover,” he may as well have been talking about leaving Chicago’s McCormick Place. Just like the wry tune goes, Jack, it sometimes seems a lot easier said than done. That’s because of the distance between the convention center and the Loop, where most people stay and want to be in the evenings. It’s just a couple miles or so, but during heavy traffic hours in the m ...

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The 2015 RSA Conference Clock Ticks Toward April 20

Are you a marketing or public relations professional responsible for making your executive team look good in front of reporters and industry analysts at the 2015 RSA Conference? Do you have your finger on the pulse of how reporters plan to spend their time at the conference? How many media briefings do you have scheduled for your executives? Whether you have answers to one, two or all three questions, there ...

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The Road to HIMSS15: Chicago in a nutsh—er, hot dog bun

Chicago is one of the world’s great cities for food, music, sports and architecture – so it would be a crime to spend your entire HIMSS 2015 in America’s largest convention center (like I did on my first visit to Chicago). Right? After all, this is the town that gave us Al Capone, pinball machines, Chess Records, Wilco and the Hostess Twinkie. We combined our own experiences with those of natives we look up ...

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5 Things Every Business Should Know about Data Privacy and Security in 2015

Recently, I had the pleasure of attending a panel hosted by the Commonwealth Club in recognition of Data Privacy Day 2015. (Thanks to our excellent client ESET, a sponsor of the event, for the in!) The panel, “Open Forum: Data Privacy Trends 2015,” was moderated by Forrester Research Principal Analyst Fatemeh Khatibloo, and included security executives from Box, Disconnect, IBM, Intel and TRUSTe. True to it ...

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