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Some experts contend that a reason for the seeming decline in IT security spend is that it is now becoming a pervasive part of everyday corporate operations.
A slide of a card at a POS system sure is convenient, but given last year's Target data theft and recent headlines about the Home Depot breach, some are questioning the safety of transactions.
The interruption of the cyberattack kill chain through the use of intelligence-driven security has been touted as the better way forward.
Debates about the dearth of women in IT security and, well, a lack of diversity in the field overall, seem to be edging our space closer and closer to some sort of tipping point.
Just how vulnerable are we to an assault by the NSA, asks Illena Armstrong, SC's VP, editorial.
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- Study: Third of employees use company devices for social media and online shopping
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- Swedish appeals court nixes Assange's plea
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