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InfoSecurity Europe 2011 coverage

InfoSecurity Europe 2010
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Infosecurity speakers advocate for mobile device security policy
SearchSecurity.co.UK
Don't underestimate the importance of a mobile device security policy, agree several CISOs at the 2011 Infosecurity Europe conference.  

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PECR amendments tighten rules on cookies
SearchSecurity.co.UK
Beginning May 25, organisations will have to request permission from website visitors before planting cookies on their machines.
 

Risk management key to security budgeting, smartphone security issues
SearchSecurity.co.UK
Thoughtful risk management can aid efforts both toward increasing security budgets and locking down smartphones, panels at Infosecurity Europe concurred.
 

Cloud Security Alliance teams with ISO on cloud security standards
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CSA will collaborate on development of international standards for security and privacy of cloud computing services.
 

VoIP security risks will be on display at Infosecurity Europe
SearchSecurity.co.UK
Wick Hill plans to demonstrate CCTV and VoIP security risks that could compromise a network, including three types of attacks.
 

Infosecurity Europe 2011 preview: APT, mobile security at fore
SearchSecurity.co.UK
From mobile security to advanced persistent threats and infosec budgets, keynotes at this year's Infosecurity Europe conference will address some of the most pressing issues in IT security.
 

After breach at RSA, two-factor authentication options abound
SearchSecurity.co.UK
Companies specialising in two-factor authentication hope to boost business following the breach of RSA's SecurID, and many plan to capitalise with new products at Infosecurity Europe.

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This was first published in April 2011

 

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