Call me a silly optimist

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When pondering the top information security thinkers of the year, a slew of names came to the minds of our editorial staff. In considering who we wanted highlighted in this issue’s end-of-the-year wrap-up, as well as what main themes of 2005 we thought worth rehashing, we had to think about how IT security was being viewed, what people and issues were helping to push associated issues forward, and how this year’s happenings will affect the industry’s future.

Richard Clarke offered his views at our recent SC Forum on why cybercriminals and virtual insecurities still plague companies. He noted that no calamitous national cybersecurity event has awakened the masses, private data continues to be pinched, potential online shoppers fear ID theft, ...

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