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Getting Owned: The USB Keystroke Injection Attack
By Seth Fogie
Oct 6, 2010
What do you call a USB-based device that can bypass all AV and autorun policies? Although most would consider it a perfect mischievous attack vector, Hyundai has used it as a tool to build customer loyalty. This leaves Seth Fogie wondering: Are people planning to use this technology maliciously?
Developing Network Security Strategies
By Priscilla Oppenheimer
Oct 4, 2010
To help you handle the difficulties inherent in designing network security for complex networks, this chapter teaches a systematic, top-down approach that focuses on planning and policy development before the selection of security products.
Software [In]security: How to p0wn a Control System with Stuxnet
By Gary McGraw
Sep 23, 2010
Gary McGraw describes the Stuxnet worm and explains some of its potentially dangerous implications.
Software [In]security: Software Security Crosses the Threshold
By Gary McGraw
Aug 16, 2010
The software security space exceeded the $500 million mark in 2009. Software security expert Gary McGraw examines the sales of security tools providers and services firms to find out how quickly the market is growing, and which parts of the market are driving growth.
Software [In]security: Obama Highlights Cyber Security Progress
By Gary McGraw
Jul 16, 2010
Software security expert Gary McGraw went to a White House meeting on cyber security attended by 100 public and private sector security experts. McGraw shares the details of the meeting, including an unannounced visit by President Obama.
Network Security Auditing Tools and Techniques
By Chris Jackson
Jun 29, 2010
This chapter discusses software tools and techniques auditors can use to test network security controls. Security testing as a process is covered, but the focus is on gathering the evidence useful for an audit.
Software [In]security: Cyber War - Hype or Consequences?
By Gary McGraw
Jun 17, 2010
Is the threat of cyber war real or imagined? In this article Gary McGraw first defines cyber war and then describes some very real possibilities.
Recovering and Securing Your Wi-Fi Encryption Keys
By Eric Geier
Jun 4, 2010
Have you forgotten the WEP or WPA key or passphrase for your Wi-Fi? Eric Geier helps you discover how to recover or reset and secure your network password.
CCDC and the Tale of the Insider Threat
By Brad Bowers
May 24, 2010
Brad Bowers discusses the value of including the threat of insider attacks in Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (CCDC) events.
Five Applications to Secure Your Wi-Fi Hotspot Connections
By Eric Geier
May 13, 2010
Don't risk eavesdroppers capturing your email, passwords, and other sensitive info! Eric Geier reviews five helpful apps that encrypt your wireless traffic.
Software [In]security: BSIMM2
By Gary McGraw, Brian Chess, Sammy Migues, Elizabeth Nichols
May 12, 2010
Gary McGraw and colleagues discuss the latest iteration of the Building Security In Maturity Model, BSIMM2.
Software [In]security: Assume Nothing
By Gary McGraw, Ivan Arce
Apr 30, 2010
Software security expert Gary McGraw thinks Microsoft may be forgetting the old mantra of thinking like an attacker by deciding not to patch a vulnerability in the Virtual PC Hypervisor.
The Bad Guys from Outside: Malware
By Tom Gillis
Apr 29, 2010
In this chapter, you'll learn how malware works and why it presents such a threat to the enterprise.
Moving to WPA/WPA2-Enterprise Wi-Fi Encryption
By Eric Geier
Apr 9, 2010
Wi-Fi networks in businesses should be using the Enterprise mode of WPA or WPA2 encryption. Eric Geier shows you how to move from the Personal (PSK) mode to the Enterprise (RADIUS) mode.
Securing Your Wi-Fi Hotspot Sessions
By Eric Geier
Mar 30, 2010
Eric Geier shares tips to keep your email, documents, and computer safe while using Wi-Fi hotspots.
Software [In]security: The Smart (Electric) Grid and Dumb Cybersecurity
By Gary McGraw
Mar 26, 2010
Security expert Gary McGraw explains why the rush to upgrade our power grid may lead to security vulnerabilities in critical infrastructure.
Software [In]security: What Works in Software Security
By Gary McGraw, Brian Chess, Sammy Migues
Feb 26, 2010
15 of the 110 activities in the BSIMM are very commonly observed. Gary McGraw, Brian Chess, and Sammy Migues list and explain these activities.
Cisco ASA Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting Network Security Services
By Jazib Frahim, Omar Santos
Jan 28, 2010
This chapter provides an explanation of the configuration and troubleshooting of Cisco ASA-supported authentication, authorization, and accounting network security services.
Software [In]security: Cargo Cult Computer Security
By Gary McGraw
Jan 28, 2010
Gary McGraw argues that the time is right to turn to real science to combat the "Cargo Cult" mentality of the software security field.
Chained Exploits: How Hackers Combine Attacks to Hack You
By Andrew Whitaker
Jan 27, 2010
Security expert Andrew Whitaker explains the hacker mentality and points out how hackers combine multiple exploits to achieve their goals.

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