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US Symposium Summary from a Security Perspective

by Neil MacDonald  |  October 24, 2011

Last week I attended Gartner’s US Symposium conference in Orlando. With 8,000+ attendees (25% of which were CIOs) and at least 1,000 more analysts, vendors and support staff, you can imagine it was quite a scene. In addition to three presentations, I had more than 30 fantastic one on ones with attendees over the four […]

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Next-gen Context Aware Intrusion Prevention

by Neil MacDonald  |  October 13, 2011

Context-aware security is the use of supplemental information to improve security decisions at the time the decision is made. The goal? More-accurate security decisions capable of supporting more-dynamic business and IT environments as well as providing better protection against advanced threats. In this 2010 research note that provided a definition and framework for understanding context-aware […]

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Data Loss Prevention Needs to Evolve

by Neil MacDonald  |  October 11, 2011

Traditional data loss prevention has been focused on looking for signatures and patterns of sensitive data at rest within the organization and as it moves throughout the organization, including to destinations outside of the enterprise (the latter is where most organizations have started). <digress> You noticed I didn’t use the term “DLP”. That’s because I […]

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