Infosecurity Magazine, Digital Edition, Q3, 2017, Volume 14, Issue 3

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Content Includes:

Rise of the Machines

Machine learning has come a long way since early research into the concept, but what role is it now playing in the information security landscape, and at what cost?

Democracy Hacked

With global allegations of targeted attempts to disrupt political elections, Infosecurity takes a look at a turbulent year for democracy and asks ‘what next’?

The Stress Test of the Red Team

Could 'Red Teaming' exercises be the best security stress test?

Interview: Dr Mary Aiken

Eleanor Dallaway interviews Infosecurity Europe's latest Hall of Fame inductee

WannaCry: The Industry’s Wake-Up Call

How a ‘weaponized’ exploit and homebrewed ransomware brought global systems to a standstill

The Impact of a Breach

Data breaches can mean more than just financial loss, the aftereffects can incite fear, anxiety and even danger for the victims

What Did the Cybersecurity Industry Learn from WannaCry?

Three security experts share their thoughts on what the WannaCry ransomware attack taught us about the industry

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