Blog Posts Tagged with "Solutions"


The Virtual Sky is Falling!

May 28, 2012 Added by:Marc Quibell

Opportunists are using an alarmists strategy, bolstered by bloated opinions, to get you to buy their stuff. IT Sec businesses and vendors are not objective sources for security trends, threats and/or events. They are advertisements...

Comments  (0)


Master the Cloud, Montréal: Notes from the Road...

January 31, 2012 Added by:Rafal Los

Cloud computing provides the customer an unparalleled chance to jump into a new computing paradigm which sheds some of the legacy issues and the excessive costs associated with unused capacity most of our organizations have humming along in our data centers...

Comments  (0)


Data Loss Prevention - Without the New Blinky Boxes

December 08, 2011 Added by:Rafal Los

The glut of blinking lights and devices that require time and effort to manage has gotten out of control... or so I'm being told. I've not manged a security team in 4 years now, but even back then the glut of boxes, products and solutions was becoming too much to bear. I can only imagine it now...

Comments  (1)


Data Loss Prevention – Technology is Just the Start

October 12, 2011 Added by:Simon Heron

The trouble is that technology is just one element of the solution. There is little doubt that while DLP software and devices can help, there is no single solution that can encompass all aspects of DLP, as different types of data have different threats and hence need different controls...

Comments  (1)


Black Hat Vegas 2011 Video Interview Opportunity

July 12, 2011 Added by:Infosec Island Admin

Infosec Island will be conducting a series of video interviews with companies and vendors at the Black Hat USA 2011 conference in Las Vegas, NV. The interviews offer the opportunity for companies to highlight their knowledge of emerging trends in the information security field...

Comments  (0)


Writing Vendor Requirements to Avoid the Pain

February 27, 2011 Added by:Brad Bemis

You know you have an issue, you think up a technical solution, you ask about various vendor offerings, you read marketing literature; you listen to a vendor give a product pitch. The solution sounds good, so you buy it, plug it in, then watch it fall short of pretty much every expectation you had...

Comments  (0)