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How to write an information security policy

Learn the critical first step, why consensus is key, what to cover and how make your information security policy — and program — effective.

Red team versus blue team: How to run an effective simulation

Playing the role of an attacker can make your team better at defense. Learn how in our step-by-step guide to war gaming your security infrastructure — from involving the right people to weighing a hypothetical vs. live event.

How to survive (and thrive) in the CISO hot seat

The CISO role is more varied and more pressure-filled than ever. CSO Online looks at how you can be successful in a post where security incidents and management feuds can cost you your job.

Special report: platforms play big in the cloud

This latest report in our C-Suite 360 series takes a full-spectrum look at the opportunities and risks in cloud computing, offering up the expert information your organization needs to set its cloud strategy.

Research report: IT security's looming tipping point

Even as security draws board-level attention, many IT professionals give their organizations’ infosec practices low marks. This special report from CIO, CSO and Computerworld reveals how to tip the balance in the right direction.

The CSO identity management survival guide

This guide will help you communicate through the challenges of identity management, learn from success stories and discover the most valuable features of today's identity management tools.

BYOD: What Can We Learn from China?

Most of us won't buy the latest iPhone until our two-year wireless contract is up. The smartphone costs too much without the wireless carrier subsidizing it. But that's not true in major Chinese cities such as Hong Kong, Beijing and...

Nokia Siemens Scales Down Presence in Iran

The company will no longer sign new maintenance contracts

Security Firm Lists 'Dirty Dozen' Unsafe Smartphones

Android phones fill the list of smartphones that are left vulnerable because of infrequent software upgrades, Bit9 researchers report.

India Issues New Security Rules for Phone Operators

India has relaxed some of its security rules for telecommunications operators and equipment suppliers, after earlier rules that required equipment makers to deposit software source code with the government came in for criticism.

Sony Ericsson Online Store, Sony BMG Japan Reportedly Hacked

The Hacker News reports that hackers continue to look to exploit holes in online networks run by Sony.

Ericsson Acquires M2M Platform

Ericsson Tuesday signed an agreement to acquire Telenor Connexion's machine-to-machine (M2M) platform, in an effort to get more technology and know-how in the growing sector.

Text message of 'death' threatens smartphone security

Security researchers have shown that carefully crafted text messages sent to cell phones via short message service (SMS) can cause them to shutdown without the knowledge of the owner.

Four Technologies for Faster Broadband in 2011

A number of different technologies are being developed or improved to offer higher speeds for fixed and mobile broadband networks, as operators are preparing to compete with each other and carry video traffic in 3D and at higher...

Ericsson Objects to New Indian Telecom Rules

Ericsson has objected to new rules introduced by India's Department of Telecommunications (DOT) last month, which among other things require equipment vendors to give the Indian government the right to inspect software source code and...

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