Infosecurity Magazine, Digital Edition, Q4, 2017, Volume 14, Issue 4

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Content Includes:

Rehabilitating Black Hats

Infosecurity explores whether those on the cyber ‘dark side’ can turn to the light

Security & the Social Network

What impact are social networks having on privacy and the security of information?

Cybersecurity Talent in America: East Coast vs West Coast

Danny Bradbury investigates the theory that all good cybersecurity talent an America heads west

Interview: Graham Cluley

Michael Hill spends an afternoon with Graham Cluley, the man whose love of a tale preceded his love of tech

When IoT Attacks

As IoT devices find their way into everything, Infosecurity asks where our obsession with tech disruption will lead us

Finding Cybersecurity Talent

Three security experts share their advice on finding, cultivating and keeping skilled talent amid a cyber-skills gap