François Amigorena argues that multi-factor authentication impedes end users and slows them down in their jobs, and goes into detail about how context-aware security works in the background to secure users
Jeremy King discusses what businesses can do today to prioritise data security
YOUR business website has at least one severe vulnerability - giving hackers open access - what can you do?
Statistically your company website already has at least one severe flaw - and there could be many more, says Ian Muscat. Why are website vulnerabilities so frequent and on the rise? What should organisations be focusing on and how can they protect themselves in the future?
Michael Hack touches on what we need to know about the GDPR in regard to risk evaluation, personal information compliance, the right to be forgotten, disclosure days, training and technology, and the consequences
Andrew Sheldon discusses how there is considerable danger in allowing digital forensic triage to be carried out in haste or in ignorance
Dana Simberkoff discusses what organisations can learn from the Sage incident and how to stop insider threats in their tracks through policy creation and internal safeguards
With employees and endpoints the weak links in the cyber-security chain, David Angwin says organisations must break away from traditional protection and switch focus to preventing sophisticated attacks before it's too late.
Claire de Longeaux discusses how physical identities need to change, notably through a numerical evolution.
Ralph Echemendia discusses the best practices for ensuring security of customer data for a contact centre in the cloud
Kevin Bocek argues that by decrypting the kernel and inviting developers to root around in its OS, Apple will actually make users more secure as any vulnerabilities will instantly be brought to light.