Poor network visibility, outdated security tools, a skills shortage and a lack of control in the cloud are just some of the reasons companies are struggling with cyber-security, say two new reports.
An Estonian man, who helped hack payment processor RBS WorldPay in 2008, has now been sentenced to 11 years in prison for his involvement in the £5.9 (US$ 9.4 million) scheme.
This week's In Case You Missed It column looks at the Internet of Things, Apple's troubles in China and a strongly worded goodbye note by the outgoing head of GCHQ.
Control systems are visible on the internet and under attack from dedicated malware, but vendors are not providing adequate security.
This week's In Case You Missed It column looks at a new SSL flaw, attacks on smart meters, FBI's problem with phone encryption and the bank that is spending £310 million on cyber security.
Stop the kill-chain higher up to increase chances fo preventing an attack says Patrick Peterson.
Web sites that take advertising need to protect against inadvertently delivering malware to their users, before, during and after an attack, explains Terry Greer-King.
Flexible working can bring security pitfalls, according to Imation's Nick Banks.
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