Philip Foley, a former marine, is a senior security analyst for governance, risk and compliance at Verizon Cybertrust Security. He works a minimum of 40 hours per week with extensive travel - and then dedicates another 10-12 hours to pursuing an online graduate degree in Information Assurance from Norwich University.
2010 is the Chinese year of the tiger - a fitting image for banking/security leaders that must be vigilant against the information security threats that challenge financial institutions and their customers.
To prepare for this New Year, we've prepared a Banking/Security Agenda that looks at fraud, regulatory...
If you thought 2009 was a tough year in terms of regulatory scrutiny, wait until 2010.
With regulatory reform and consumer protection high on the agenda, financial institutions should face new pressures on several fronts, say industry observers.
Here are the top regulatory issues for banking institutions to...
What's ahead for information security professionals in 2010?
Barbara Massa, VP of Global Talent Acquisition at McAfee, Inc. speaks to the results of the new Information Security Today Career Trends Survey, discussing:
How the results speak to the maturity of the information security profession;
What will be the hot information security jobs in 2010?
How will professionals grow their skills - and will their employers foot the bill?
What are the minimum academic and professional requirements for information security professionals and leaders today?
These are among the key questions answered in the...
What will be the hottest skills and competencies within information security in 2010?
Application security and biometrics are among the in-demand skills, according to the latest quarterly published list of the 2009 IT Skills Pay and Demand Trends Report by Foote Partners, LLC.
Information Security Media Group (ISMG) recently conducted its first annual Information Security Today Career Trends survey.
Based on survey results, here is a list of top 10 certifications most sought after by security professionals.
It's a never-ending battle -- the list of naughty and downright evil security threats that challenge financial institutions and security professionals.
From organized crime to SQL injection, here are the experts' choices of eight major security threats to watch in 2010.
Business risks have grown in size and complexity in 2009. How, then, must risk management evolve to meet the challenges of 2010?
James Pajakowski, EVP of Global Risk Solutions with Protiviti, shares his insight on:
The risk management trends for 2010;
How information security professionals must meet the new...
In terms of information security, what is the state of auditing as we end 2009 - and what are the trends foreseen for 2010?
Warren Stippich Jr., Practice Leader of the Chicago Business Advisory Services Group of Grant Thornton LLP, discusses:
Where organizations are most vulnerable;
Information Security as a profession is amidst an evolution.
From a traditional, technology-oriented role safeguarding critical information assets, the career is progressing toward integration with the strategic thinking of organizations. Led by President Obama, the U.S. has embraced cybersecurity as a national...
We've experienced two waves of the H1N1 pandemic. What lessons have we learned?
Sue Kerr, President of Continuity First, a business continuity/disaster recovery consultancy, talks about how organizations have handled H1N1. She also discusses:
the state of BC/DR;
Challenges facing organizations today;
The National Security Agency (NSA), through the National INFOSEC Education and Training Program (NIETP), identifies 106 universities that conform to its standard for acceptable programs in information security today.
No question, the information security professional's role has evolved in recent years. How, then, has the need for ongoing professional education also changed? And what role must risk management play in today's security organization?
In an exclusive interview, Mark Lobel of PricewaterhouseCoopers and ISACA,...