What will be the hottest skills and competencies within information security in 2010?
Application security and biometrics are among the in-demand skills, according to the latest quarterly published list of the 2009 IT Skills Pay and Demand Trends Report by Foote Partners, LLC.
It's a never-ending battle -- the list of naughty and downright evil security threats that challenge financial institutions and security professionals.
From organized crime to SQL injection, here are the experts' choices of eight major security threats to watch in 2010.
Marcus Ranum has a unique take on the biggest information security threats to organizations and individuals.
A renowned expert in secure systems and design, Ranum, currently the CSO of Tenable Network Security, offers a new look at topics such as the risks of cloud computing and what he calls the myth of cyber...
In terms of information security, what is the state of auditing as we end 2009 - and what are the trends foreseen for 2010?
Warren Stippich Jr., Practice Leader of the Chicago Business Advisory Services Group of Grant Thornton LLP, discusses:
Where organizations are most vulnerable;
When it comes to protecting their customers' identities, how do the major banking institutions rate?
Javelin Strategy & Research has just released a new Banking Identity Safety Scorecard that ranks the major institutions. In an exclusive interview about the report, James Van Dyke discusses:
How the scorecard was...
No question, the information security professional's role has evolved in recent years. How, then, has the need for ongoing professional education also changed? And what role must risk management play in today's security organization?
In an exclusive interview, Mark Lobel of PricewaterhouseCoopers and ISACA,...
Cybersecurity, forensics, risk management -- what will be the core security skills needed in organizations in 2010?
In an exclusive interview, Kent Anderson, founder and managing director of Encurve LLC, as well as a member of ISACA's Security Management Committee, discusses:
The core security skills now needed...
2009 was a tough year in many ways -- economic recession, massive layoffs, high unemployment rate, scores of bank failures.
But there is good news for information security professionals looking for jobs within the public and private sectors in 2010. There are jobs aplenty, thought leaders say, for information...
What have been the biggest privacy issues of 2009, and what emerging trends should you watch heading into 2010?
We posed these questions to J. Trevor Hughes, Executive Director of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP). In an exclusive interview, Hughes discusses:
The role of the...