Information security market 2006 year in review

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Information security market 2006 year in review

SearchSecurity.com Staff

In part two of our two-part special edition of Security Wire Weekly, site editor Eric Parizo reveals the top information security interviews of 2006. Audio clips in this program include Andrew Braunberg of Current Analysis; Johannes Ullrich of the SANS Internet Storm Center; Mike Rothman of Security Incite and Brian Chess of Fortify Software.

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  Security Wire Weekly year in review:  

  Program Links:  

  • Q&A with Andrew Braunberg of Current Analysis : Andrew Braunberg, a senior analyst at Current Analysis, discusses the network access control interoperability plans for Cisco's NAC and Microsoft's NAP architectures and what the partnership will mean for enterprise security pros.

  • Q&A with Johannes Ullrich of the SANS Internet Storm Center: SANS Internet Storm Center Chief Research Officer Johannes Ullrich explains why the state of information security is as frightening as ever.

  • Q&A with Mike Rothman of Security Incite: News Editor Eric Parizo interviews Security Incite's Mike Rothman about who's to blame for the controversial DOS attack against Blue Security and Six Apart.

  • Q&A with Brian Chess of Fortify Software: Fortify Software Chief Scientist Brian Chess about the growing danger of cross-site scripting attacks.

  • Mac OS security: Security guru Winn Schwartau talks about the state of Mac OS security in the enterprise.

  • Information Security podcasts: Visit SearchSecurity's podcast archive.


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