David Mount discusses the need for access governance, the kind of return that can be expected on it, and delivering a return on governance
By focusing on key supplier relationships as well as providing transparency deep into the chain of suppliers, a truly strategic VMO can oversee service delivery and value creation across the global business says David England.
Billions of pounds will be invested in the NHS to accelerate the health service's transition into a paperless system and improve information-security
A provider of IT infrastructure has called for central government to include local government more in mapping out national cyber-security policies.
More data is shared online every second today than was available across the entire internet 20 years ago. It is therefore no wonder that thriving in the resulting big data economy requires advanced tools says Lubor Ptacek.
The Home Secretary has announced her plans to grant police forces powers to recruit expert volunteers with policing powers to help fight crime online.
Trend Micro and ClearSky published an updated report on Rocket Kitten, a state-sponsored group targeting Israeli and European organisations.
A new report from the UK's Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) reveals how few police forces are adhering to the full requirements of the 1998 Data Protection Act.
Risks have changed and both physical and digital security need to come under one remit suggests Troy Fulton who says organisations needs to adopt a holistic approach to security.
There's issues around the big data emitted by driverless cars, security issues related to control of the cars, but it's the 'governance framework' that needs to be put in place first suggests Raimund Genes.
Hackers and InfoSec experts need to stand up and become part of a wider plan to influence and reform government legislation on information security, so says Rapid 7 global security strategist Trey Ford.
Leading pen tester reveals his main security concerns for the next 12 months
Data privacy whistleblower Edward Snowden is set to be invited to give evidence to the European Parliament (EP) in January.
RBS/NatWest customers hit by another outage - questions asked about governance and security.
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