The third issue of the Wick Hill Guardian is now available on-line from Wick Hill or as a mailed-out printed version. With its professed aim to ‘Advise, not Advertise’, the Wick Hill Guardian is a great read for IT security managers looking to understand more about existing and future security issues, as well as suggesting the type of solution best suited to deal with them.
Barry Mattacott, marketing director at Wick Hill, commented: “The Guardian features authoritative articles from some of the world’s leading experts in IT security. It’s an informative and entertaining read, which will help IT security managers navigate their way through today’s rapidly changing IT landscape.”
The wide range of security topics covered includes the importance of gaining visibility into today’s widely dispersed networks if you want to stay secure; whether or not to use encryption; and issues around mobile device security. And there’s a free audiobook on network access control.
Many very experienced, knowledgeable and senior personnel from leading vendors share their expertise. Cory Nachreiner, Director of Security Strategy and Research for WatchGuard, contributes three articles including ‘Defending against drive-by downloads,’ which looks at the dangers of acquiring malware when visiting infected websites. David Emm, senior security researcher at Kaspersky Lab and Kirill Slavin, Kaspersky’s UK general manager, co-operate on a feature which blows apart many myths about virtualisation security.