What we’re reading, week of 10/13

Posted: October 14, 2008 in Highlights

From Network Security Blog…
Looking forward to RSA Conference 2009
Martin McKeay points us to the RSA Conference 365 site, where bloggers and industry brains are gearing up for the 2009 RSA Conference in April.

From TaoSecurity…
Insider Threat Prediction Materializing
Richard Bejtlich discusses the realization of one of his security predictions for 2008: emphasis on internal security threats is shrinking. “[T]he insider threat is the one threat you can really control. Unless you’re a police or military organization, you can’t do anything about external threats. Anyone with firing power can do something about internal threats.”

From the Mac Security Blog…
Two iPhone Security Flaws Made Public
Intego alerts us of two subtle security flaws in the iPhone – including the truncation of URLs within emails, which could lead to decreased ability for users to prevent phishing. Alongside this post is a helpful guide, Six iPhone Security Tips.

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