This week's ICYMI column looks at a tea shop data breach, analysis on the Venom flaw and concerns over 'burnt-out' security professionals.
The latest ICYMI column looks at the latest WordPress XSS flaw, costly data breaches and the return of the controversial "Snooper's Charter".
This week's In Case You Missed It (ICYMI) column looks at the latest Lenovo flaw, Edward Snowden's standing in the UK, trust in cyber-insurance and a new version of TorrentLocker.
The top stories on SC over the last week include Barclays poaching staff from Europol, anti-virus concerns and some useful advice for getting information security right.
The public sector is being asked to deliver its services digitally, with availability and reliability just as important as security, as our experts agreed at a recent SC Magazine Roundtable
Now in its 20th year, the event's theme is "Intelligent Security: Protect. Detect. Respond. Recover."
SC Magazine's salary survey shows that in response to the current skills shortages, the money is rolling in for information security professionals.
Kate O'Flaherty reports how distributed denial of service attacks are growing in size and scale, making it important to know what to do before, during and after an attack
Rapid expansion of the cyber-security sector has meant that government agencies and international professional organisations don't meet all of the industry's changing demands and it has often had to provide its own support infrastructure
This week's ICYMI column looks at the top stories on SC from the last week, from the breach blame game and Anonymous hackers to the discovery and patching of critical SSL and Magento flaws.
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SC Magazine UK Articles
- Scone: Bettys Tea Shop loses 122,000 customer records in data breach
- Update: GCHQ and police hackers protected by revised Computer Misuse Act
- UK web admin tool infected to access 'gold mine' of data
- Adult Friend Finder breach exposes millions of users
- 'Burnt-out' security pros hide breaches, demand bigger budgets