The cyber-security skills gap is likely to continue, if not get worse, according to the numbers of people studying the subject at degree level.
People remain the weakest security link, especially when it comes to nation-state APT attacks.
Cloud security was a key issue at SC Congress in London earlier today.
Russia says it is revising its policies to help prevent information warfare, identity-theft and cyber-fraud.
Blu-Ray vulnerabilities exploited to create 'take-over' disc that also keeps the movie running.
Monolithic operating systems will attract attackers, and speed to market will trump security, so expect patches and be intelligent about how vulnerabilities are fixed says Raimund Genes.
Should fingerprint-based data leakage protection be declared dead asks Peter Tyrrell, suggesting it just doesn't scale for the hyper-connected world.
IT security issues continue to hit critical services, but do we, the public, ever know for sure if they are due to error, system failure, or an attack?
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SC Magazine UK Articles
- SC Congress: People are biggest risk in APT attacks
- SC Congress: Can we trust cloud security?
- Eurobarometer Cyber Security Survey reveals dangerous overconfidence
- Russia updates its IT security stategy in reaction to current tensions
- Wiping the flaws: Why it's time to get smarter about patch management