Ed Macnair addresses the need to strengthen cyber-security in businesses and schools to take a step in the right direction in the fight against terrorism.
Darren White looks at how organisations can prioritise email security to protect their customers online.
In the run up to the year-end, SC will run publish projections from different commentators on what's in store for the cyber-security industry in 2016. First up Adam Boone ranges over IoT to mitigation in breached systems.
Purchasing cyber-insurance without a proven security system will leave businesses out of pocket, while absence of cover is a false economy says Steve Watts.
A malicious insider has the potential to be an organisation's worst nightmare. Márton Illés looks at how user behaviour analytics can be implemented to help close the gap on insider threats.
Lars Thyroff discusses the importance of best practices for intelligent digital security in a connected car to enable trust in the device, data and network.
Mike Fey recalls the European Court of Justice invalidating the agreement between EU and US organisations on data transfer on 6 October.
Steve Armstrong considers why breaches like TalkTalk continue to occur and notes how the associated costs exceed the cost of encryption, testing and more secure coding.
Anthony Di Bello explains how it is necessary to understand the scale of various security incidents and their ramifications to provide a measured response.
Cindy Truyens highlights how businesses fail to protect themselves by not comprehending the impact GDPR has on data management and other processes.