Coke breach class action moves forward

By upholding three claims against Coca-Cola, a U.S. District Court in Pennsylvania lets a class action lawsuit stemming from a 2014 breach move forward.

Updated: Safe Harbour ruled invalid by European Court of Justice

In a decision with widespread implications for the international transfer and processing of data - and the companies that provide these services - the European Court of Justice has ruled the EU-US Safe Harbour pact invalid. Experts are warning of massive disruption to international business.

Study: Average cost of cybercrime rises again in 2015 to $7.7 million

The Ponemon Institute and Hewlett Packard Enterprise released their annual cost of cybercrime study, the result sof which indicted that companies spent more this year to combat digital threats.

NIST seeks to secure, raise trustworthiness of email

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) unveiled two projects designed to secure email.

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Emerging Products: Cloud Security, Part 2

In part two of our cloud security emerging products we see a little shift in product types. This time we see more emphasis on protecting the data. The bulk of these products and services address rather prosaic challenges in innovative ways. Click here.

Featured: Vulnerabilities

Cyber danger to nuclear power plants growing

Civilian nuclear power facilities may be more susceptible to cyber attack than the public generally realizes, according to a report by the London-based think tank Chatham House.

October issue now available

Product Reviews

IntaForensics Lima Forensic Case Management

This should be in every digital forensic lab, especially those that need to track evidence for use in court.

Distil Networks

Distil inspects each http request in real time to determine if it is a malicious bot.

Guidance Software EnCase 7.10

EnCase has a long history in law enforcement and, in recent years, has moved strongly into the corporate world.


Opinions Are SYNful Knock-style router attacks set to become the new normal?

Are SYNful Knock-style router attacks set to become the new normal?

In the wake of the SYNful Knock attack on its routers, Cisco should re-engineer its devices to prevent future attacks, says Raimund Genes.

Opinions U.S. must improve data laws

U.S. must improve data laws

Can U.S. data protection laws protect privacy and preserve tech innovation and intellectual property?

Opinions Canada stands against spam

Canada stands against spam

The impact of Canada's anti-spam legislation for companies big and small.

Opinions Rethinking your IT leadership strategy

Rethinking your IT leadership strategy

Many organizations are also investing heavily to hire top-notch CISOs to fill the presumed leadership gap in security.

Me and my job

CSOs: We'd like to profile one of your IT team members
This section gives you an opportunity to call out one of your star team members, whose picture and responses would appear in SC Magazine.

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