The latest ICYMI columns looks at the top five stories on SC this week, from our exclusive on the cyber-security skills gap to the TalkTalk breach affecting four million customers.
The response of Microsoft and cloud companies to the Freak vulnerability has been far too slow say commentators.
The National Crime Agency (NCA) this week arrested 57 suspected hackers in a widespread UK operation involving the Met Police and regional crime squads.
Europol's latest report into criminal behaviour shows the emergence of cyber-crime-as-a-service in virtual undergrounds.
A main UK bank ignored a serious two-factor-authentication (2FA) flaw months before 'Carbanak' criminals exploited a similar loophole to steal £millions from about 100 banks.
2015 could be the year of DLP, argues Guy Bunker.
A well-defined security programme focused around the company's most critical data, combining technology and education powered by metrics, will help businesses reduce insider risk levels says Neil Thacker.
Implement a structured response with automated systems to bring down the cost of chasing false positives says Brian Foster.
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- TalkTalk blames supplier for breach affecting 4m customers
- SC Exclusive: Cyber-security fails to make the grade at university
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- Are digital loss prevention and signature-based anti-virus living on borrowed time?