Security Budget News, Articles and Updates

Is the Internet of Things opening the door to a new generation of hitman?

As software becomes increasingly complex, we must start addressing security as a key component at an early stage to prevent long-term costs from spiralling up, says Lev Lesokhin.

You need to understand the cloud to embrace the cloud

Better understanding of the potential gains offered by the cloud will make the move easier to contemplate says Aidan Simister who outlines what companies should be looking for in a provider.

ICYMI: Sony PlayStation hack, security spending & 'unbreakable' encryption

This week's In Case You Missed It column looks at Sony PlayStation Network hack, the rise in security spending and surprising new claims on cyber security skills and encryption.

Third-party security risks follow Target data breach

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.

Security needs to look 10 years ahead

If it is to truly enable businesses, security needs to look now at implications of future developments and explain them to the board in financial terms, suggests the Infosec panel on Monday.

Security tech budgets rising, says new study

Information security budgets will increase in 2014, with 45 per cent of organisations planning to spend more this year and only 11 per cent cutting back, according to the latest Information Security Study from 451 Research.

Recent hacks drive up UK security spending

Almost half the UK's top businesses have increased their cyber security spending in the wake of recent high-profile attacks like those on US retailer Target, according to new research.

Coping with chaos

It may be a time of great change for the infosec industry, but advice on achieving the budgets needed to keep up with new threats remains remarkably consistent, reports Thomas Brewster.

IT security job shortage: Youth may not be the answer

A New Year means new jobs for IT security experts.