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.
Advanced persistent threats are a real and present danger to all organisations big and small, and only the foolhardy would dismiss them as another hyped security buzz phrase.
The role of the chief information security officer is expanding to meet new challenges, says Paul Swarbrick, former CISO at NATS, as Karen Epper Hoffman reports.
A UK college provides its 'digital natives' with a secure environment that can be accessed anywhere from any device, reports Greg Masters.
With so much of the national infrastructure, from utilities to the internet itself, a potential target of attack, the Government is forging partnerships with the private sector to help protect the services we all rely on. But, in the wake of Edward Snowden, defence is no longer just a question of what can be done, but also of what is acceptable. Asavin Wattanajantra reports.
The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is approaching its third iteration - and with it comes another chance to make the global standard fairer, more relevant and fit for purpose. By Phil Muncaster.
Every business faces the possibility of external attacks, but the real threat could be buried within, in the form of the disgruntled employee, says Dan Raywood.
Recent high-profile password breaches have raised doubts about current security measures, and whether a password can ever really be secure. By Dan Raywood.
Self-encrypting hard drives seemed to be a no-brainer when they hit the market due to their efficacy, but adoption has been poor because trends, such as the cloud, justify reliance on software that protects data wherever it is. By Asavin Wattanajantra.
As the chief information security officer of publishing giant News International, as well as having a pivotal role at ISACA, Amar Singh has a lot on his plate. He tells Dan Raywood about his personal philosophy of managing security in a large organisation, and why he wants to see former soldiers join the industry.