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Preparing for Europe's General Data Protection Regulation Preparing for Europe's General Data Protection Regulation

Will it come, or will it go? Kevin Townsend discusses major roadblocks to the EU’s proposed data protection legislation, and how organizations can prepare
15 April 2014

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Tales of the Cyber Underground: LessPay, Cybercriminals’ Hot New Virtual Currency? Tales of the Cyber Underground: LessPay, Cybercriminals’ Hot New Virtual Currency?

Law enforcement agencies across the world are obsessed with virtual currencies, be it Bitcoin, Litecoin or Dogecoin. This was made apparent on a recent trip to Europol’s European Cyber Crime Centre (EC3) in The Hague.
08 April 2014

Windows XP’s Time Has Come…and Gone Windows XP’s Time Has Come…and Gone

With support for Windows XP set to run out as of tomorrow, April 8, Microsoft’s Tim Rains issues a last-minute warning on why users of the venerable operating system should upgrade now
07 April 2014

Comment: Third Parties and Identity Management – Welcome to the World of Marketing Comment: Third Parties and Identity Management – Welcome to the World of Marketing

Marketing teams have many options for managing their activities around social media, website administration and analytics. David Meyer of OneLogin contemplates whether company security policies are being followed and how IT can get involved in managing risks
03 April 2014

The Generation X, Y, Z of Information Security The Generation X, Y, Z of Information Security

Not all millennials approach privacy and security with the same attitudes. As Tom Brewster discovers, regardless of age, a one-sized-fits all approach to information security is not the solution
02 April 2014

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Anti-Virus: Little More Than a Team Player Anti-Virus: Little More Than a Team Player

Anti-virus is just one small part of the holistic security strategy, argues Ryan W Smith
28 March 2014

Anti-virus Lives to Fight Another Day Anti-virus Lives to Fight Another Day

Anti-virus remains a cornerstone of any security strategy, finds David Harley, as he acknowledges the contributions of anti-malware researchers
28 March 2014

Comment: APT Detection – Closing the Gaping Hole Comment: APT Detection – Closing the Gaping Hole

Technology solutions to combat advanced persistent threats are in no short supply, but actually detecting these targeted infiltrations remains difficult. Avishai Ziv of LynuxWorks examines the reasons, and how to overcome the problem
24 March 2014

Financial Markets: A Playground for Cybercriminals Financial Markets: A Playground for Cybercriminals

The financial markets are supposed to be transparent, and efficient. But what happens if cybercriminals begin playing with them, and would we even know it was happening? Danny Bradbury investigates
21 March 2014

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Government Surveillance: With the Damage Comes Promise Government Surveillance: With the Damage Comes Promise

On the heels of his recent keynote at the RSA Conference in San Francisco, Scott Charney, corporate VP of Microsoft’s Trustworthy Computing Group, sat down with our Drew Amorosi to talk about the reputational damage inflicted by NSA surveillance disclosures, and what the industry must do to respond
14 March 2014

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