As another week in information security zips by, we look at the top stories in our weekly In Case You Missed It (ICYMI) column.
A new report released today claims that the rising level of government surveillance is now driving a third of organisations away from using cloud computing.
Baltimore-based RedOwl Analytics was named "Most Innovative Company" at the RSA Conference 2014 Innovation Sandbox event.
The finalists for this year's SC Awards Europe 2014 have now been shortlisted.
The first finalists have now been shortlisted for this year's SC Awards Europe 2014. Scroll down the page to see what awards are up for grabs...
Cloud storage will be a hacking magnet suggests David Emm, with the most vulnerable point of entry for attackers being staff.
Selecting an appropriate cloud security solution can be simplified by ensuring cloud providers offer different environments with appropriate controls that align with actual risks faced suggests John Godwin
Access controls, encryption and more all must be considered, along with just who and how corporate data is exposed. We explore some of the more critical security issues executives must consider when relying on the cloud.
Microsoft Office 365's security outlook: cloudy
"Using the cloud for cyber-criminal resources means that it's now possible to control your darkware empire from a single laptop"
Careless employees are the biggest security concern for IT professionals, research shows, prompting calls for CISOs to step up staff education and the use of technology.
A malicious Trojan is infecting World of Warcraft accounts and testing gamers trust to the brink.
Leading pen tester reveals his main security concerns for the next 12 months
From banking hacks and malicious mobile apps to insider leaks and a serious data breach each month, 2014 promises to a challenging year for CISOs.
Blaming cloud providers for giving in to the demands of US intelligence is a naive approach to a complex issue.
Services abound for business continuity and disaster recovery in the cloud, but what's the right choice for your organisation? Alan Earls investigates the options.
UK cloud vendors reject calls for a 'secure' European cloud in the wake of Prism surveillance revelations.
Philip Turner, the newly appointed GM for European Operations at US-based identity management specialists Okta, told SC Magazine that opening of its central London office is spearheading international expansion, with the company expected to open offices in the main European centres over the coming year.
Palo Alto Networks has announced the launch of the WildFire WF-500 appliance that it aims will deliver a private cloud solution for timely and thorough detection, analysis and prevention of advanced persistent threats (APTs).
In seven years the information security industry will see more cloud delivery and no central IT.
The cloud has been a somewhat nebulous concept for a few years.
GFI Software has added a patch management capability to its GFI Cloud offering.
Cloud computing has been taking the IT world by storm - according to recent figures from Gartner, the industry grew by nearly 20 per cent globally last year.
A security program should begin with IT and business people getting round a table and 'talking, and talking more'.
The internet of things is about more than connected machines, it is about secure technology and connectivity.
The attack on Evernote that was reported last weekend could be deemed to be a new stage in the battle of man v password.
SaaSID has launched the second version of its cloud application manager to offer a unified format for managing user's authentication credentials.
As businesses continue to move critical operations online, distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks are increasing in frequency, sophistication and range of targets.
A fear of government snooping is deterring IT departments from using the cloud.
Following the launch of the Mega cloud service at the start of this week, a security researcher has found a cryptographic flaw in it that could reveal user passwords.