Topic: security

Metadata Security for SharePoint Adds Security Permissions

Titus Metadata Security for SharePoint allows permissions to be assigned based on the recipient’s Active Directory properties … continue reading

Short Takes: October 15, 2010

Ruminations on maximizing your Twitter profile, business intelligence as a predictor, and what Stuxnet means for security … continue reading

Putting some teeth into software security

The IT security industry is finding new ways to survive and thrive in today’s market … continue reading

Mobile fraud detection tools may become critical area for development

The growth of e-commerce has revealed that fraud detection is an under-emphasized area, which presents a growth opportunity … continue reading

Vi Labs uses to protect revenue from piracy

CodeArmor Intelligence 3.0 also uses Salesforce’s Chatter collaboration features to assist in security decision-making … continue reading

Ada-derived Skein crypto shows SPARK

New language used to create provably correct cryptographic hash function algorithm is released as open source … continue reading

From the Editors: Opening up about security

The editors are glad to see security being discussed at conferences; ScrumMaster certification should be made more stringent … continue reading

Black Hat conference fields suggestions for software security

Attendees give a wide variety of ideas about the subject, with Rex Black adding in some of his own … continue reading

Armorize, Coverity unite to combine quality, security analysis

The jointly created product helps development teams and security teams collaborate on software projects … continue reading

Veracode brings security testing to the cloud

Tests can be run at any point in the development life cycle by using SecurityReview’s Upload APIs … continue reading

Zeichick’s Take: Securing the applications

IBM’s Ryan Berg has written a white paper that lists five vulnberabilities that face application security efforts … continue reading

Short Takes: June 1, 2010

The editors talk about unsafe ATMs, Facebook privacy, Hadoop, and a really cool thing IBM is doing … continue reading Protection Status