Better understand what's happening on your network and you'll be better prepared to tackle hostile intruders says Corey Nachreiner.
Security is needed everywhere within the software-defined data centre as physical security is no longer an adequate defence against current threats says Dr Gerhard Knecht.
Unsanctioned subsidiary Apps are coming into the enterprise via sanctioned 'anchor' apps - with 35.1 percent of all app sessions occuring across four main ecosystems of Box, Dropbox, Google Apps, and Salesforce explains Rajneesh Chopra.
IT staff have greater access privileges - and ironically, even more so when they are junior - making them worthwhile researching by spear-phishers warns Kev Pearce.
We're all potentially in the global data market now, so do your research, ensure you know your market, and take every preventative step you can says Jonathan Armstrong.
Relying on cyber-insurance when your defences are actually negligent will increasingly become unsustainable - and unavailable - says Philip Lieberman.
2015 could be the year of DLP, argues Guy Bunker.
A well-defined security programme focused around the company's most critical data, combining technology and education powered by metrics, will help businesses reduce insider risk levels says Neil Thacker.
Implement a structured response with automated systems to bring down the cost of chasing false positives says Brian Foster.
Monolithic operating systems will attract attackers, and speed to market will trump security, so expect patches and be intelligent about how vulnerabilities are fixed says Raimund Genes.