Paul Bonner advises companies merging to take the best security practice from each component company, and not impose the practices of the dominant player - or resistance is likely.
B2B websites could learn a lot about security from their consumer facing compatriots suggests Bob Tarzey.
Companies should reconsider cloud-security perceptions says Pathik Patel, noting that recent software vulnerabilities such as Shellshock had less affect on cloud-based services than premises-based apps.
Preparation and organisation can enable effective security for one man SOCs or small teams explains Joe Schreiber.
A holistic approach to information security is needed to overcome the shortcomings of a Risk Management approach says David Stubley.
James Solyom, head of cyber protect and cyber respond at Control Risks, examines how organisations can avoid making expensive mistakes that leave them open to cyber-attack.
The growing cyber-threat landscape poses some awkward questions for present and future authentication methods, argues Barry Scott.
The video games industry generates billions of revenue, but only 20 percent achieve profit, due to cheats breaching security, hence the need for stricter implementation and enforcement of controls says Amit Sethi and Rennie Allen.
Regulation and infrastructure from off-shore finance and gaming industries are being leveraged to make the Isle of Man a centre for cypto-currencies says Peter Greenhill.
Moving to the cloud is inevitable, but it demands new ways of thinking about data security, and new approaches to secure this new border says Martin Borrett.
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