Infosecurity Magazine Features
Google vs Microsoft: Let the Patch Wars Commence
Phil Muncaster investigates whether an ongoing dispute between Google and Microsoft could change the way we fix security flaws in the future
Nice and Easy Does it: ‘Back to Basics’ Hacking Methodologies
We’re all looking for the next great threat to infrastructure, but there is still a host of simple attacks we should be guarding against, says Rene Millman
The Cyber-Threat of Things
There is an increasing landscape of risks facing well-connected businesses, and security practitioners must act now to mitigate them, explains Wendy M. Grossman
Computer Says “No”: Will We Ever be Rid of DDoS Attacks?
With DDoS attacks reportedly increasing in size and complexity in 2014, Phil Muncaster canvasses the industry on where the problems lie and how we can respond
A Higher Law
It is not wisdom, but authority, that makes a law, the saying goes. Perhaps that’s why international cybersecurity laws are so lacking, says Danny Bradbury
Cryptowars 2.0 and the Path to Ubiquitous Encryption
As government and technology companies square up once again over encryption, Tom Fox-Brewster reports from the frontline of the Cryptowars’ second coming
When Good Hacks Go Bad
The past year brought greater mainstream press interest in cybersecurity matters than ever before. But despite the wider profile of security issues, the important messages still aren’t getting across, Mike Hine discovers
Phish Your Own Staff: Arming Employees to Beat Modern Attacks
Social engineering has long been the preferred route for hackers, whether through the front door or using social media and email. So what better way to protect against the threat than with a bit of ‘social pen-testing’? Davey Winder reports
Outsourcing: When to DIY and When to Call a Consultancy
To outsource or not to outsource: that is the question that has been facing CISOs the world over since the dawn of time, and the question that Phil Muncaster puts to information security experts
Playing for Keeps: How Cyber-Criminals are Following the Money to Video Games
The global video game market just topped $100bn in value, and cyber-criminals want a piece of it. Danny Bradbury finds out how they operate
Cyber-Warfare: Who’s Afraid of the Big Red Button?
If current online skirmishes can’t be branded ‘war’, how soon before a major global conflict unfolds, asks Tom Brewster.
A Troubled Marriage: Can Security and Privacy Happily Co-Exist in the Enterprise?
Wendy M. Grossman examines why security and privacy find it so hard to live together in the corporate world