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EMC Buys Security Firm NetWitness

UPDATE: Call it ‘dancing with the girl that brought ‘ya,’: two weeks after it disclosed a serious security breach at its RSA Security Division, tech firm EMC said it was buying NetWitness, a threat analysis firm that helped it detect the breach in the first place.

IT Security Metrics: The Enterprise FUD Killer

One of the greatest knocks on the information security profession is that IT security is always asking for budget to spend against the latest threat, only to abandon the cause like harried firefighters, jumping from one conflagration to the next.

Carry Wikileaks Lessons Into The New Year

Editor’s Note: The storm of news coverage about the release of confidential diplomatic memos by whistleblower site Wikileaks may have passed, but the story is far from over. In the meantime, organizations are left to draw their own conclusions about the lessons of the Wikileaks scandal and, then, try to apply them to their businesses. In this opinion piece for Threatpost, Ted Julian, a Principal Analyst at Yankee Group, says there are four important lessons that organizations can learn from the sensational publication of classified documents and carry into the New Year.  


The recent wave of online actions by supporters and opponents of information leaking site Wikileaks has focused attention on the phenomenon of distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks. But a study published by Harvard University’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society this week concludes that there is no clear and easy defensive solution for many of the sites being targeted by DDoS attacks.

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