Nation-state attacks on CNI will be faciliated by the internet of things, and government regulation is needed to set standards, but the actual likelihood of CNI attacks remains very low says Raimund Genes.
The tools exist to by-pass many data leakage programmes and facilitate mass exfiltration of data, so enable internal whistelblowing - to avoid external access says Edward Parsons.
It's not enough to protect your own network, you also have to be prepared to cope with third party negligence, says Brian Foster.
Charles Sweeney asks, are your staff inadvertently leaving the back door open via an innocent lunch-time browse?
Third Party IT services suppliers must reassess governance, risk management and compliance responsibilities.
The ability to detect and respond when your security is breached are of paramount importance in ensuring organisational resilience says Alan Calder.
Spreadsheets should be banned from the risk management process as they are no longer up to the job says Keith Ricketts.
The future of computing infrastructure, mobile applications, and personal data protection has been altered by Heartbleed says Joram Borenstein.
Dated data protection laws, punitive punishments and an inability to classify data are problems for businesses in the age of ever-increasing data breaches, says Martin Sugden.
Failure to properly monitor and update privileged access is a key vulnerability and Chris Stoneff highlights the leading weaknesses.
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