Google has promised that the next generation of Android phones will automatically encrypt data - preventing police and other agencies snooping on their users.
UK oil firms warned to guard against new campaign as Russian malware exploits Scottish independende vote.
Banking and card fraud back on the rise again says the FFA UK as crime increasingly moves online.
iOS 8.0 - 1.1GB large, but with Apple providing lots of security patches and upgrades...
This week's In Case You Missed It (ICYMI), China's industrial spying; US extra-territorial claims; SANS event; Card hacks increase; Malvertsing growth; staff data-theft criminal; Biometric smartphones up tenfold; Celebgate hits cloud; Kids, weakest link; Women's Security Society event; Kyle and Stan hit millions.
Enterprises are questioning their cloud strategy after Apple's iCloud service was implicated in the leak of nude celebrity photos. But should one bad Apple spoil the bunch?
You've accepted that you are going to be breached at some point. Tony Morbin looks at how this new perspective should be reflected in your response planning
There are security vulnerabilities when using passwords, but Tyler Moffitt says that there are steps that you can and should take to make sure your data less easy to access.
Biometric id options need appropriate mobile computing support to ensure that they too are not compromised says Jon Geater.
Having comprehensive cyber risk policies that are not followed can be as detrimental as not having a policy at all says Peter Given.Good who advises that good risk-insurance will demand appropriate procedures are both in place and implemented.
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As enterprises look to take advantage of the cloud, they need to understand the importance of safeguarding their confidential and sensitive data in cloud environments. With the appropriate security safeguards, such as fine-grained access policies, a move to the cloud is as, or more, secure than an on-premise data storage.