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Ping is a basic Internet program that allows a user to verify that a particular IP address exists and ...Read More

PING with Heidi Kujawa

01 Aug 2006

Heidi Kujawa, director of enterprise architecture services for Sony Pictures Entertainment, explains how combatting piracy takes more than just keeping bootleggers out of the theatres Read More

PING with Don Ulsch

01 Jul 2006

In this Q&A with Information Security magazine, Don Ulsch, technology risk management director for Jefferson Wells, explains why physical and IT security can no longer be treated separately and why security ... Read More

PING with Robert Garigue

31 May 2006

Robert Garigue may be less than six months in a new industry as Bell Canada's chief security executive, but that doesn't mean that the security playbook that served him well as CISO for the Bank of Montreal has to ... Read More

PING with Tony Spurlin

01 May 2006

Tony Spurlin, Home Depot's Information Risk manager, discusses his homegrown assessment framework and evaluation processes for potential partners. Read More

PING with Jane Scott Norris

05 Apr 2006

In an interview with Information Security magazine, Jane Scott Norris, Department of State's first CISO, offers some insight on what it takes to become a CISO. Read More

Admin cannot ping PCs

By Serdar Yegulalp 15 Mar 2006

About 95% of an administrator's desktop units on the floor are not pingable. At the same time, he noticed that he cannot utilize certain remote functions, such as RDP. Read More

PING: William Pelgrin

01 Mar 2006

A mock phishing exercise against 10,000 state employees conducted by the director of New York's Office of Cyber Security and Critical Infrastructure Coordination provided a measure of user awareness. Read More

Continuous ping

23 Oct 2002

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PING with Yan Noblot

30 Jan 2006

In an interview with Information Security magazine, Yan Noblot, IT security manager of the Winter Olympics, offers some insight on what it takes to keep a global event secure. Read More