Companies must think like a hacker and commit to penetration testing to protect themselves from data breaches, says Chema Alonso.
App vulnerabilities need to be thought about holistically, so the network and database in which they reside also need to be considered says Josh Shaul.
The growing impact of web exploits isn't just limited to the enterprise market and must be countered on an industry-scale, says Pedro Bustamante.
A different attitude to privacy and security among many new workplace entrants is a potential risk that has to be managed says Chris Sullivan.
Protect against real-world threats and test the most likely scenarios using relevant models, including low-tech, says Gavin Watson.
Josh Goldfarb asks how can the infosec community move from informal and exclusive trust circles to more mature formal information sharing approaches, without losing agility and effectiveness.
International use of personal data emphasises the differing laws that need to be adhered to, but there are solutions explains Alan Kessler.
Technology and standards need to evolve to cope with the rise of the connected car says Fred Kost.
The government's initiative to set a baseline certification scheme for cyber security, Cyber Essentials, is now underway and John Godwin encourages companies to get certified as soon as possible.
The ever-changing threat landscape is causing problems, with many business networks unable to keep up with the pace of innovation, argues Gavin Millard.
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