This week's In Case You Missed It column considers early security questions on driverless cars, the hidden cost behind data breaches and new claims of industrial cyber espionage.
What constitutes winning in the fight against malware, and what's the value of a takedown ask commentators in the wake of Gameover Zeus' bounceback.
A New York court has told Microsoft it must hand over customer data to the US Government even though it's held overseas - reigniting a privacy debate that has also dragged in the UK Government's controversial new 'DRIP' law.
Karsten Nohl also reveals how an enhanced security approach can beat his USB architecture compromise.
A holistic approach to security management is needed to bridge the gap between stategy and technology says Chris Yule.
When the two IPs meet (intellectual property and internet protocol) the value of the business becomes vulnerable says Dave King, with IT often just providing a sticking plaster to hide C-suite ignorance.
Industry needs a brighter collaborative approach to help bring it out of the dark ages says Alan Carter