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Security Bytes blog launched

Dennis Fisher, Executive Editor
Today we are proud to announce the official launch of Security Bytes, the new editorial blog written by the editors of SearchSecurity.com and Information Security magazine. This is the place where the editorial team posts about topics across the spectrum of security, privacy, compliance and anything else that looks interesting. We're hoping that Security Bytes will be your place to come for the most up-to-date developments in the security industry.

We aim to give our readers some additional color and context for the stories we report on every day, and we'll also be adding small bits we gather in our reporting that aren't enough for an entire story but still merit some attention.

Security Bytes also will include contributions from industry experts and practitioners who are doing the daily work of security and can offer unique perspectives on the day's news. The new blog will also will serve as the home for some of our other content down the road, including some podcasts.

We want this to be a two-way street, so please join the discussion by commenting on our posts or suggesting topics for future entries. Most of all, enjoy.

Some recent posts from our editors:

  • Sourcefire's growing pains: Michael Mimoso, Senior Editor of magazine writes about Sourcefire's IPO and his recent interview with Marty Roesch, chief technology officer and founder of Sourcefire.
  • New tool can estimate potential cost of a data breach: Senior News Writer Bill Brenner writes about a free online calculator to figure out the cost of a data breach.
  • We are the browsers: Site Editor Eric Parizo highlights a technical tip that explains that our Web browser security expectations may be too high.

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