Most security pros (88 percent) say that they are happy with their organisation's security strategy, but 38 percent admit that their company doesn't have dedicated data loss prevention solutions in place.
A common-sense approach to cloud storage will ensure your valuable data remains safe and secure, says Thomas Chappelow.
In the changing online world, new measures must be put in place to protect intangible assets, says Margee Abrams.
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.
2015 could be the year of DLP, argues Guy Bunker.
Should fingerprint-based data leakage protection be declared dead asks Peter Tyrrell, suggesting it just doesn't scale for the hyper-connected world.
With the attack surface, or perimeter, expanding exponentially, and attackers inside the network, the focus should now be on finding and stoping them - concentrating on how data leaves the system - says Chris Marrison.
The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has warned staff that walking off with the personal information of their employer when changing jobs is a criminal offence.
Research just published claims that online merchants and financial service providers have become the two biggest sources of stolen banking information.
The tools exist to by-pass many data leakage programmes and facilitate mass exfiltration of data, so enable internal whistelblowing - to avoid external access says Edward Parsons.
With the transition to the cloud, the ability to track and secure the data at all points of its lifecycle is critical - Will Semple, Alert Logic
Information sharing, responsibility for security, and the balance between the state and the individual were among topics covered by the International Fraud Group forum.
If you don't classify your data, you don't know what needs protecting says Martin Sugden, suggesting the latest GSC scheme emphasises the importance of data.
Survey reveals that recent major data breaches have had little impact on retail companies' cyber security controls.
Oganisations need to cooperate and share threat intelligence in order to increase the cost of cyber attacks for hackers suggests Russ Spitler, VP product management, AlienVault
BT is being investigated by the UK's privacy watchdog, the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO), over claims that the user names and passwords of millions of its email customers were exposed to hacking.
Staff pay and bank details posted by suspected insider at Morrisons.
Snowden has highlighted the need for staff training to ensure password sharing is prevented explains Francois Amigorena, CEO of IS Decisions
A researcher at IBM has developed a way to analyse encrypted data without decoding it, according to a statement from IBM
Eighty per cent of CISOs believe their company's own employees and contractors are the greatest threat to company data, according to a new study conducted by security vendor NetWitness and audit-and-information-security training company MIS Training Institute.