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Nov 14, 2010 00:08 EST
Government auctions spoils of Madoff's lavish life in NY _ even his underwear and used socks. Anyone wanting to walk in the shoes of fallen financier Bernard Madoff was in luck Saturday: Thousands of belongings from his New York City penthouse, including his used shoes, went on the auction block.
Oct 20, 2010 08:27 EDT
Bernard Madoff's personal effects to be sold at NYC auction, including fancy slippers, piano. More than 400 of Bernard Madoff's possessions are heading for the auction block in New York City.
Oct 20, 2010 07:23 EDT
Jerry Dixon, the former head of US-CERT, will examine the truth behind one of 2010's biggest IT security buzzwords when he speaks at next month's SC World Congress.. Over the last year or so, advanced persistent threat (APT) has become an oft-used term in the information and cybersecurity industry. Some, however, argue this is just a new term for an old threat. Many people use APT to describe threats emanating from particular nation-states, Jerry Dixon, director of analysis at Team CYMRU, a Chicago-based nonprofit IT security research company, told SCMagazineUS.com. But certain threats, such as SpyEye and Zeus, are just as advanced and persistent as those emanating from nations, said Dixon, who is scheduled to present at next month's third annual SC World Congress. The third annual SC World Congress is scheduled for Nov. 10 and 11 at the Sheraton New York Hotel & Towers in New York City. Dixon will be speaking at a session titled "Defending against the advanced persistent threat: new o
Oct 20, 2010 06:45 EDT
Back again this year at SC World Congress Data Security Conference and Expo is the SC Magazine Security Innovators Throwdown.. Back again this year at SC World Congress Data Security Conference and Expo is the SC Magazine Security Innovators Throwdown. Organized to prove that innovation is far from dying in the information security marketplace, the competition gives leading start-ups a chance to showcase their new ideas, plans and technologies to address today's data security needs. As 10 young companies are given a limited time to present their cases for being the most innovative, a judging panel comprised of industry experts and venture capitalist (VC) representatives will assess the vendors' business plans, whether their offerings tackle today's security challenges and more to choose the most innovative among the bunch. The winner and finalists will then be featured in a future edition of SC Magazine. Just as important, with VCs represented on both the panel and in the audience, con
Oct 20, 2010 05:23 EDT
The cyberwar battlefield exists in every part of society in which we live and work, according to a national security expert who will be speaking at the third annual SC World Congress.. The cyberwar battlefield exists in every part of society in which people live and work, according to a national security expert scheduled to present at next month's third annual SC World Congress. The battlefield could involve the control systems that provide electricity, energy, telecommunications, money and transportation, Daniel Kuehl, professor of information operations at the Information Resources Management College of the National Defense University in Washington, D.C told SCMagazineUS.com. Moreover, the fighting exists in all the systems on which civil society and the military depend, he said. ?In reality, the battle space that we are talking about could involve every single thing we do,? Kuehl said. The third annual SC World Congress is scheduled for Nov. 10 and 11 at the Sheraton New York Hotel
Oct 20, 2010 04:46 EDT
Countless organizations are searching to cut spending across their business operations.. Countless organizations are searching to cut spending across their business operations.One way they're finding they can achieve this is to move critical data and applications to the cloud ? whether public or private. But, what if this move to save on costs and gain from-anywhere access for staff ended up resulting in the theft of important corporate assets? Cloud computing has been the hot topic in the information security industry for the better part of a year or longer. However, despite all the hype surrounding these offerings and the increasing number of organizations turning to cloud providers to host their applications or information assets, security issues still persist. To help information security leaders understand just how disruptive cloud computing can be to their security operations and to better safeguard the data entrusted to these providers, SC World Congress 2010 will offer a partic
Sep 01, 2010 05:00 EDT
The third annual SC World Congress, to be held Nov. 10-11 in New York, brings together top security leaders, practitioners and vendors.. The third annual SC World Congress, to be held Nov. 10-11 in New York, brings together top security leaders, practitioners and vendors.Security practitioners will be gathering in the fall for the East Coast's largest and most vital expo and conference to discuss the emerging risks they face and the solutions to help solve those threats. Attendees of SC World Congress, to be held Nov. 10-11 at the Sheraton New York Hotel & Towers in Manhattan, will hear from some of the top leaders in the security space and walk away with technical tips and practical documents and templates that they can immediately apply to their organization.Further, the SC World Congress expo floor provides access to a diversity of products and services from leading vendors to help security pros protect their organization from hackers, disgruntled employees and other security risks.