Dan Taylor

Recent articles by Dan Taylor

Taking the 'N' Out of VPN

Taking the 'N' Out of VPN

Recently, we've been listening to security managers reminisce about the 'good old days' of mainframe computing in which the physical security of the computer room was pretty much all that was needed in order to secure the data on the computer.
Jan 16 2004 3:00PM
Is Information Security Crossing the Proverbial You Know What?

Is Information Security Crossing the Proverbial You Know What?

Information security is a hot topic these days, something that often gets credited to an increased awareness of terrorism.
Jan 16 2004 11:37AM
Economic Models for Information Security

Economic Models for Information Security

Security managers are under increasing pressure from corporate management to justify investments in information security technologies.
Jan 16 2004 10:23AM
Securing the Network Edge

Securing the Network Edge

In the evolution of communications networks, the lines between computing and networking have become less than clear.
Jan 16 2004 9:49AM
A Proper Diet of Information Security

A Proper Diet of Information Security

Earlier this year, researchers in Sweden announced that during a research study, they discovered that bread, potato chips, French fries and even cereal contain high levels of the carcinogen acrylamide.
Jan 15 2004 12:05PM
Making Sense of “Homeland Security”

Making Sense of “Homeland Security”

As the Homeland Security Act makes its way through the United States Congress, the topic of homeland security has become a relevant discussion in the information security marketplace.
Jan 15 2004 11:27AM
Putting Information Security into Focus

Putting Information Security into Focus

In the past several months, it has become painfully clear that C-level executives are getting tired of buying information security for its own purposes.
Jan 12 2004 3:54PM

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