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Step by step through the 'Phishing Kill Chain'

Step by step through the 'Phishing Kill Chain'

Stop the kill-chain higher up to increase chances fo preventing an attack says Patrick Peterson.

Combating 'malvertising'

Combating 'malvertising'

Web sites that take advertising need to protect against inadvertently delivering malware to their users, before, during and after an attack, explains Terry Greer-King.

Should flexible working result in flexible security?

Should flexible working result in flexible security?

Flexible working can bring security pitfalls, according to Imation's Nick Banks.

Guarding against insider misuse

Guarding against insider misuse

Track and audit changes on the network, especially by privileged users, and make it known that monitoring happens in order to reduce misuse says Michael Fimin.

Women in cyber security: Changing pathways and perceptions

Women in cyber security: Changing pathways and perceptions

Security consultant Dr Jessica Barker says that the next step to getting more women into cyber security hinges on changing minds and career pathways.

Zeroing in on zero-day vulnerabilities with looping

Zeroing in on zero-day vulnerabilities with looping

Zero-day vulnerabilities are a fact of life in cyber-security, which is why looping is so essential, says Darren Anstee.

Humanise outsourcing with a Pay As You Go CISO

Humanise outsourcing with a Pay As You Go CISO

Outsourcing your CISO is an option medium sized organisations should consider says Carl Shallow, who advises a Pay As You Go model to buy in expertise.

Security - why it's the burning issue of the HPC future

Security - why it's the burning issue of the HPC future

New approaches are needed to overcome security concerns related to use of big data analysis suggests Andy Grant, with 'containerising' data and merging data on the fly among options suggested.

Controlling mobile data loss

Controlling mobile data loss

Security strategy to prevent mobile data loss involves careful considerations regarding the user, device, and network. Mike Raggo advises implemening a range of controls including use of an enterprise mobility management platform.

Identity is the foundation of trust: why passwords can no longer be relied upon

Identity is the foundation of trust: why passwords can no longer be relied upon

Passwords have numerous failings, including their ability to be shared or stolen, meaning that they are not a secure way to authenticate identity, and other options must now be adopted says Dana Epp

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