Consultancy PricewaterhouseCoopers has released the first-ever report on merger and acquisition activity in the cyber security industry. Paul Fisher talks to the report's author and analyses some of its key findings.
It is ten years since Gary McKinnon's life turned into a recurring nightmare. His casual and, thanks to poor IT security, simple hack into US military computers as he was searching for evidence of UFOs turned into something far, far more serious.
When he flew to Moscow, Paul Fisher wanted to talk to Eugene Kaspersky about pressing industry issues like the consumerisation of IT - but the enigmatic CEO had other fish to fry, such as cracking Japan (with the help of a girl band) and Intel's useful acquisition of a rival.
SC Editor Paul Fisher went to Moscow to interview CEO and founder of Kaspersky Lab, Eugene Kaspersky.
On arrival, Vegas looks just as gleaming and brash as I recall from my last trip more than a decade ago. Coming here, it's easy to forget the parlous state of the world economy.