Innovation and security should not be mutually exclusive but unfortunately they often are seen that way, says James Henry.
As mobility introduces changes in workplace dynamics, Charles Milton looks at how to shift power in favour of the CISO while securing the borderless enterprise.
Your business needs to secure itself against the new wave of Summer Interns, says Chris Sullivan.
Botnet takedowns make good headlines and earn kudos for law enforcement and companies like Microsoft but are they worth the time and effort, asks Dan Holden.
Shuabang companies in China sell installs and user ratings to app developers to help boost their profile, which is leading to new forms of malware, says Chema Alonso.
IT security policies must evolve to embrace sensible policies for bring-your-own-device (BYOD), says Chris Mayers.
Despite the LastPass security breach, password managers are still the most realistic method for ensuring we all use strong passwords, says Bill Carey.
In the age of connected objects, social networks, smartphones and new consumer behaviours, the IT security department has an increasingly important role for enterprises across all sectors, says Thierry Bettini.
New platforms such as Hadoop are pushing IT professionals to find innovative solutions to ensure data security, says Greg Hanson.
Dejan Kosutic says ISO 27001 is applicable not only to IT firms, but also to financial organisations, government agencies, telecoms and health organisations.