Infosecurity Magazine Features
Divided We Stand: Will Brexit Weaken the UK’s Cybersecurity Industry?
After the historic EU referendum result in June, Phil Muncaster takes a look at what the next steps are
Money continues to be spent on security solutions and services, but is there a return on investment? Wendy M. Grossman looks at the case for security economics and whether spending to defend really adds up
The Best View
If analysis technology is the next trend, how is it being deployed? Dan Raywood talks to Gigamon’s Marshall Wolfe about his deployment and what he feels he gets from it
Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing: Combating the Insider Threat
What can you do to defend against the unknown quantity that is the insider threat? Adam F. Godfrey, CISSP looks at some solutions and if your ally is actually your enemy in disguise
Connected Vehicles: the Next Big Security Challenge?
With the concept of the connected car invading our lives at what often seems like unprecedented speed, ensuring they are made secure at the manufacturing stage is emerging as one of the next big cybersecurity skills challenges. Michael Hill reports
Hackers Have Evolved into Sophisticated, Organized Criminals
If there’s one thing the last few years have shown us it’s that hackers have evolved into sophisticated, organized criminals, capable of orchestrating well-oiled, imaginative attacks
Will the GDPR help the CISO?
The General Data Protection Regulation will be the biggest shake up of data protection measures in almost 20 years, so what does it mean for your average security type? Dan Raywood talked to Quentyn Taylor for his two year predictions.
Mobile Payments, How Secure?
Mobile payments have taken off, with Apple Pay and contactless cards now widely accepted, but how can retailers be sure these payments are secure and can’t be counterfeited or intercepted?
Mr Retail Security
Sitting in the central London office of UK high street powerhouse M&S, head of information security Lee Barney talked to me about the changes he has overseen since he took the job in 2015.
Retail Security - Lessons Learned Two Years On
Two years on from these headlines, the focus of attackers appears to have switched away from retailers to the healthcare sector, where the lucrative bounty of personally identifiable information is available.
The Cybercrime Corporation
With estimates that hackers who steal just 50 credit card numbers can make up to $1 million, there is little doubt that cybercrime pays. However, cybercrime is not just big business when it comes to revenue lines. Over the last five years we have seen this underground economy reshape itself into a sophisticated enterprise, adopting the same hierarchy, sales models and marketing practices as legal businesses.
GDPR – Good for the DPO
The long awaited reform of the European data protection laws will be implemented in 2018. Dan Raywood talked to Tim Turner and Jon Baines from the National Association of Data Protection Officers (NADPO) about how changes are affecting those doing the job.