Tony Anscombe discusses the biggest mistakes companies make when moving to the cloud and tips to reap the benefits
Ken Munro discusses why Pokémon Go is symptomatic of a wider problem - permissions abuse by mobile apps - and the implications of this for the user and app developer
François Amigorena explains why compromised credentials are a major cyber-threat to organisations and how cumbersome security wastes time, whereas contextual awareness allows greater security automatically.
Dwayne Melancon discusses why he thinks China's quantum communication satellite is more of a novelty than a practical solution to the eavesdropping problem.
Mateo Meier discusses how Brexit is set to impact data privacy/security in the UK
Lewis Henderson explains how companies need to prepare to EU general data protection regulation in light of the post Brexit situation in relation to cyber-security.
Dr Jules Pagna Disso explains why phishing remains one of the most successful forms of attack, and why staff education is key to tackling the problem.
Ben Johnson discusses threat intelligence sharing and how current standards are without expert input.
James Henry explores the implications of Brexit on the adoption of the EU GDPR legislation
Stacy Leidwinger looks at the Hillary Clinton email scandal and how companies can avoid the potential security risk of staff using shaddow IT.