This week's In Case You Missed It looks at the latest cyber-terrorism claims, former hackers in enterprises and issues to be dealt with in the supply chain.
The head of the NSA has said China and "one or two" other countries could shut down America's power and financial services companies, and that such an attack was "a matter of when not if".
School pupils are among 15 EU citizens suspected of using Trojans for crimes such as DDoS attacks and extortion.
Concern over both the leak of data and the extent of surveillance by authorities in the Netherlands.
ICO warns users to change their default passwords to avoid webcam spying.
Paul Bonner advises companies merging to take the best security practice from each component company, and not impose the practices of the dominant player - or resistance is likely.
B2B websites could learn a lot about security from their consumer facing compatriots suggests Bob Tarzey.
Companies should reconsider cloud-security perceptions says Pathik Patel, noting that recent software vulnerabilities such as Shellshock had less affect on cloud-based services than premises-based apps.