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InformationWeek Special Issue: February 2013

by InformationWeekFeb 19, 2013

Disaster Recovery Roadblocks: Don't let data, WAN and integration challenges get in the way of automated failover.
Why Automation's A Good Thing: The conventional wisdom is wrong. It's smart, affordable and good for IT.
Data Points: Find out more from our recent State of Storage Survey.


Research: E-Mail Archiving

by InformationWeekJan 20, 2013

E-Mail Archives: Essential For Today’s BusinessEvery good courtroom drama shows a beleaguered attorney sifting through mountains of paper in search of a damning document that will sink the opposition's case like a depth charge.These days, that beleaguered attorney is more likely to be sitting in front of a computer screen, trying to filter terabytes of data with complex search queries.It may be less cinematic, but it's reality.It's also the reason so many enterprises are investigating


.NET Apps Put to the Test

by InformationWeekJan 20, 2013

Unit testing is a popular practice in which small tests are written to quickly validate the operation of a unit of code. Typically, a project will have hundreds if not thousands of tests to validate the code.
Unit testing is an automatic tool that can catch regressions--unwanted changes in previously working code--introduced during development and refactoring. However, it won’t guarantee the quality and correctness of your software.


[Slideshow] 10 Mistakes End Users Make That Drive Security Managers Crazy

by Dark ReadingApr 27, 2018

We pinpointed 10 common ways employees mishandle - and inadvertently breach - an organization's security. Find out what they are here.


[Slideshow] 7 Key Stats that Size Up the Cybercrime Deluge

by Dark ReadingApr 27, 2018

Now that we've got a couple of months from this year in the rearview mirror, security researchers have had enough time to crunch the numbers from 2017. That means a raft of new reports analyzing last year's cybersecurity data with updated telemetry on the threat landscape, economic impact, and defense problems facing the cybersecurity industry. Here are some of the most illuminating highlights.


[Slideshow] 7 Steps to a Smooth, Secure Cloud Transition

by Dark ReadingApr 27, 2018

If you're thinking with a cloud-first mindset, you should be making sure all the right boxes are checked before you make the leap. Here, security experts highlight the most important steps to keep in mind while moving to the cloud. Find out what they had to say.


0%: Pay Freeze (Annual Salary Survey)

by InformationWeekJan 20, 2013

No pay raise this year.
Zero.
In 2010, for the first time in the last 11 years of InformationWeek?s annual U.S. IT Salary Survey, the median raise for IT professionals is 0%, according to the 20,492 IT pros who responded between November and January. That flat pay holds true for IT managers and staffers, for both their base salaries and total compensation, which includes bonuses. It holds true for IT consultants and contractors, too. If stock options were the sign of the


10 Emerging Threats Every Enterprise Should Know About

by Dark ReadingAug 13, 2018

This Dark Reading's August Tech Digest explores ten emerging security threats to enterprise data.

IN THIS REPORT: 10 Emerging Threats Every Enterprise Should Know About Trading Platforms Riddled with Severe Flaws Cracking Cortana: The Dangers of Flawed Voice Assistants Demystifying Mental Health in the Infosec Community New Hack Weaponizes the Web Cache


10 Ways Small Businesses Can Save Money on Security

by InformationWeekJun 11, 2013

10 Ways Small Businesses Can Save Money on Security Small and midsize businesses face the same kinds of security issues that large ­enterprises do, but SMBs don’t have the same kinds of resources to prevent, detect and remediate these issues. Fortunately, there are many things SMBs can do to stretch their security budgets.First and foremost, SMBs need to determine what needs protecting, what poses a threat to those assets, and how immediate and realistic those threats are.


10 Ways To Secure Web Data Under PCI

by InformationWeekJan 20, 2013

Whether they're brick-and-mortar or online, merchants find the Payment Card Industry's requirements for protecting credit card data challenging and confusing.But all retailers must understand how to protect the credit card and other customer data that comes from
online transactions, because their businesses are in cybercriminals' crosshairs. Retailers are the second leading source of leaked data (after the hospitality industry), accounting for 20% of total breaches, according to Verizon's


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