The Internet of Things is one of the world's fastest growing technologies. Unfortunately, it is also poised to become the fastest growing source of security vulnerabilities in the enterprise - but it doesn't have to be that way.
The latest cyber attack, a breach compromising the data of up to four million of Talk-Talk's loyal customers, is yet another in a growing line of pernicious cyber attacks against corporate infrastructure.
There are legal issues and technical vulnerabilties aound the use of fingerprint scanners on mobiles, hence, Anthony Neary says, it is vital to have a mix of solutions which enable maximum possible security.
While there is a regular discussion of how to prevent successful phishing attempts, one of the most successful approaches is ongoing employee training, says Colin McKinty, VP Cyber Security Strategy at BAE Systems Applied Intelligence.
many enterprises are turning to security consultants to perform assessments of their systems, says Michael R. Overly attorney, Foley & Lardner.
The one-throat-to-choke theory is a fallacy, says David Shearer, CEO, (ISC)².
Lena Smart, VP / CIO of the New York Power Authority, offers a few tips for freeing yourself from mobile addiction.
Experian breach is more than just another hack as cross referencing of data sets opens up even more scope for ciminal activity says Max Vetter
Pete Shoard asks how powerful are less developed countries such as North Korea when it comes to cyber-threats, and can it be regarded as a major player in cyber-warfare anyway for the impact it has achieved?
Instead of hoping for your end-users to make the right decision or your DLP solution to make the right guess, data protection solutions need to be context-aware.