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How Enterprises Are Attacking the IT Security Challenge

How Enterprises Are Attacking the IT Security Challenge

When it comes to security products 60% of survey respondents said firewalls are the most valuable. Endpoint protection and email filtering also received high marks from 36% and 32%, respectively. But as cloud services, mobile technology, and other emerging technologies play a greater role in IT, the enterprise security picture is slowly shifting forward. Dark Reading’s second Strategic Security Report takes a look at this and more.

DevOps Impact on Application Security

DevOps Impact on Application Security

Managing the interdependency between software and ­infrastructure is a thorny challenge. Often, it’s a “developers are from Mars, systems engineers are from Venus” situation. Enter DevOps, a methodology aimed at increasing collaboration and communication between these groups while minimizing code flaws. Should security teams worry — or rejoice?

2014 US IT Salary Survey: Healthcare

2014 US IT Salary Survey: Healthcare

IT compensation in healthcare tends to be 2% to 3% lower than the median for all industries, although the median compensation for healthcare CIOs is actually 7% higher. Workers say their pay is not increasing as fast as the work they must do to meet regulatory demands.

2014 US IT Salary Survey: Networking

2014 US IT Salary Survey: Networking

Salaries in US datacenters and network facilities for 2014 continue their anemic growth pattern, with base salaries essentially flat. But when you factor in actual declines in pay for women and the cost of IT training, the gap between gainers and losers may be widening.

2014 US IT Salary Survey: Government

2014 US IT Salary Survey: Government

A three-year freeze on federal salaries has exacted a toll on federal IT pros: While 53% of managers and 56% of staffers say they received a raise in the past year, more than one-quarter say they had fewer training opportunities, and roughly 20% had their benefits cut, resulting in another year of declining job satisfaction.