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Why a company's greatest vulnerability is its people

Why a company's greatest vulnerability is its people

While Snowden, high-profile data breaches and hacking dominate the headlines, the more pernicious risk to business continues to be simple human error, says Tony Pepper.

Information security:  'Not my problem'

Information security: 'Not my problem'

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Information security is always someone else's problem, according to senior non-IT executives in a survey commissioned by NTT Com Security.

Is your organisation ready for the next generation of millennials?

Is your organisation ready for the next generation of millennials?

A different attitude to privacy and security among many new workplace entrants is a potential risk that has to be managed says Chris Sullivan.

50% of corporate passwords crackable within a few minutes

50% of corporate passwords crackable within a few minutes

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Security admins need to be more creative when it comes to developing security systems, says Adrian Davis of ISC(2).

Why we need a tighter framework for social engineering penetration testing

Why we need a tighter framework for social engineering penetration testing

Protect against real-world threats and test the most likely scenarios using relevant models, including low-tech, says Gavin Watson.

Why businesses fear the cloud

Why businesses fear the cloud

Cloud storage will be a hacking magnet suggests David Emm, with the most vulnerable point of entry for attackers being staff.

Cyber reserves call on private sector

Cyber reserves call on private sector

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When the UK Defence Secretary Philip Hammond announced he was establishing a Joint Cyber Reserve to create a cyber attack capability, reaction focussed on the 'attack' angle, but further questions also arose.

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