UK Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) are winning some battles and losing others when it comes to improving their firm's information security practices, according to a new report.
The emergence of services such as cloud computing, data analysis, social business and mobility has brought corporate IT to what market research company IDC has dubbed the "third platform". But Wieland Alge asks, what will the third platform mean for the CIO role?
Outsourcing your CISO is an option medium sized organisations should consider says Carl Shallow, who advises a Pay As You Go model to buy in expertise.
A holistic approach to security management is needed to bridge the gap between stategy and technology says Chris Yule.
It's not enough to protect your own network, you also have to be prepared to cope with third party negligence, says Brian Foster.
Third Party IT services suppliers must reassess governance, risk management and compliance responsibilities.
Trustwave's annual Global Security Report reveals that the number of data breaches is increasing, and yet a significant number of organisations remain blind to the threat, or unable to detect what caused the intrusion.
What should businesses be doing to ensure that contractors and other third-parties are aware of the risks in security? That was one of the key questions during a panel discussion at Infosecurity 2014 in London on Thursday.
Cloud storage will be a hacking magnet suggests David Emm, with the most vulnerable point of entry for attackers being staff.
Businesses are rapidly adopting an outsourced, third-party information technology operations model.