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THREAT OF THE MONTH: Passwords

THREAT OF THE MONTH: Passwords

Debate: Information budgets are shrinking

Debate: Information budgets are shrinking

Grant Waterfall and Ollie Whitehouse share their views on IT budgets

DEBATE: Insuring against regulatory penalties

DEBATE: Insuring against regulatory penalties

Sarah Stephens and Becky Pinkard discuss cyber insurance

Movers and makers: September-October

Movers and makers: September-October

The latest news on the people and companies at the forefront of information security.

THREAT OF THE MONTH: SVPENG

THREAT OF THE MONTH: SVPENG

Etay Maor dissects SVPENG - what it is and how to prevent it.

NEWS BRIEFS: September - October

NEWS BRIEFS: September - October

Six Masters degree courses in cyber security to be certified by GCHQ, the highly controversial Data Retention and Investigatory Powers bill is passed and more security news.

THREAT OF THE MONTH: Deperimeterisation

THREAT OF THE MONTH: Deperimeterisation

Mark D. Parker dissects deperimeterisation - what it is and how to prevent it.

CASE STUDY: Women's Security Society

CASE STUDY: Women's Security Society

A conversation with Jane Wainwright, Co-founder Women's Security Society and now senior manager at PWC.

Working with third-parties: Make security a priority

Working with third-parties: Make security a priority

2 minutes on keeping security at the forefront by working with third-parties

News briefs: July - August

News briefs: July - August

The first update to the Computer Misuse Act since 1990, Operation Tovar combats infamous malware and more security news.

Movers and makers: July - August

Movers and makers: July - August

The latest news on the people and companies at the forefront of information security.

Debate: Anti-virus is dead

Debate: Anti-virus is dead

Amichai Shulman and Sarb Sembhi whether or not anti-virus is dead

THREAT OF THE MONTH: Drive-by downloads

THREAT OF THE MONTH: Drive-by downloads

Drive-by downloads are stealthy in nature and very difficult to prevent.

Movers and makers

Movers and makers

The latest news on the people and companies at the forefront of information security.

Debate: Is the EU Data Protection Act reform Necessary?

Debate: Is the EU Data Protection Act reform Necessary?

Brian Honan and Stewart Room debate whether the EU Protection Act reform is a good idea.

Cyber security: Speaking the CEO's Language

Cyber security: Speaking the CEO's Language

2 minutes on how you educate the boardroom on the information security dangers the business is facing on a daily basis.

SC Congress exceeds expectations

SC Congress exceeds expectations

The ILEC Conference Centre in London played host to a raft of industry expert speakers and an audience of some 180 senior industry professionals at the first SC Congress in the UK.

News briefs

News briefs

The UK's first national computer emergency response team, Microsoft finally ending support for WIndows XP and more security news.

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