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National MBA in cyber-security launched today

National MBA in cyber-security launched today

National MBA in cyber-security to bridge tech-management gap, catering for both techies and middle managers seeking promotion to report on infosecurity to the board.

UK surveillance questioned as government publishes anti-terror law

UK surveillance questioned as government publishes anti-terror law

The British government today published details of its proposed anti-terror law, and subsequently faced fresh questions on surveillance and the mixed messages given out to local cyber-security start-ups.

Same old security problems as UK firms await wearable tech invasion

Same old security problems as UK firms await wearable tech invasion

A new report from Trend Micro reveals an IT appetite for wearable devices in the workplace - but an alarming lack of controls to guard against privacy and security threats.

Features

ICYMI: Cyber-terrorism and politics, former hackers & supply chain problems

ICYMI: Cyber-terrorism and politics, former hackers & supply chain problems

This week's In Case You Missed It looks at the latest cyber-terrorism claims, former hackers in enterprises and issues to be dealt with in the supply chain.

CESG approved cyber-security training launched

CESG approved cyber-security training launched

CESG certified cyber security training launched today with eight companies and 12 courses accredited.

ICYMI: Defining APTs, new TLS bugs and NHS data breaches

ICYMI: Defining APTs, new TLS bugs and NHS data breaches

TLS bugs, the definition of an advanced persistent threat and new figures on NHS data breaches are the pick of the stories in the latest In Case You Missed It column.

Opinion

You need to understand the cloud to embrace the cloud

You need to understand the cloud to embrace the cloud

Better understanding of the potential gains offered by the cloud will make the move easier to contemplate says Aidan Simister who outlines what companies should be looking for in a provider.

EU regulations - Always expect the worst as it's already happening

EU regulations - Always expect the worst as it's already happening

A pessimistic approach to future threats is advised by Chris McIntosh as the necessary attitude to minimise the extent to which they happen, and bolster our preparedness to cope if and when they do.

Start with security

Start with security

Security needs to be a concern throughout the software development cycle, not just a developer issue, nor simply tagged on at the end says Stephen Morrow.