• PGP to Android, NFC and beyond

    Blogmaster Note: This was originally posted on October 31, 2011 to the ZDNet Australia Patch Monday series. Callas is now the chief technical officer at Entrust, a privately held company that does identity-based security work for clients ranging from the FBI and the US Department of Homeland Security to the UK and Saudi governments. He’s been in the computer security

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  • Near-Field Communication (NFC): Introduction

    Part 1 of 5 in the Series — Consumerization & NFC
    By now, most consumers are enjoying the benefits of mobile devices. Or, for a select few, they’re pulling their hair out trying to manage an untold number of mobile devices in an enterprise network. Either way, I think we all agree that mobile devices are here to stay. As time passes, these devices will accumulate more features and functions. And

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  • Amazon Silk

    Amazon announced last month that it is entering the tablet market with the Kindle Fire. The Fire will be based on the Android operating system and will use the new Amazon Silk browser. Silk will use an innovative architecture called dynamic split browsing. In order to improve performance, content will be made available through the Amazon EC2 cloud.

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  • FFIEC 2011 Quick Take- breaking down layered security

    A short while ago, I had the chance to speak with Ziff Davis on the FFIEC’s 2011 Guidance update for Internet banking. It was a great opportunity to not only get the word out, but I really enjoyed the challenge of trying to distill the guidance into 10 minutes or less — not an easy task for a guy with a lot

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  • Amazon Silk

    Amazon announced last month that it is entering the tablet market with the Kindle Fire. The Fire will be based on the Android operating system and will use the new Amazon Silk browser. Silk will use an innovative architecture called dynamic split browsing. In order to improve performance, content will be made available through the Amazon EC2 cloud.

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  • FFIEC 2011 Quick Take- breaking down layered security

    A short while ago, I had the chance to speak with Ziff Davis on the FFIEC’s 2011 Guidance update for Internet banking. It was a great opportunity to not only get the word out, but I really enjoyed the challenge of trying to distill the guidance into 10 minutes or less — not an easy task for a guy with a lot

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