Infosecurity Magazine, Digital Edition, Q2, 2020, Volume 17, Issue 2

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Cover feature: A New Frontier for Information Security

Infosecurity reflects upon a new, unprecedented paradigm of mass remote working and assesses its impact on the information security industry

COVID-19: Tackling a Cyber-Pandemic

The spread of the coronavirus has given rise to a raft of cyber-risks for both organizations and users

Under the Radar: How Cyber-Risks Threaten the Security of Global Airports

As the world’s airports become smarter and more connected, a growing attack surface will become increasingly attractive to hackers

Interview: Sam Humphries

Michael Hill speaks to Exabeam’s Sam Humphries about the ExaGals program and diversity in the security industry

AI in Cybersecurity: Three Completely Contrasting Views

Three security experts share their opinions on the positives and negatives of the use of AI

in cybersecurity

GDPR: Two Years On

Infosecurity assesses the first two years of the EU General Data Protection Regulation

How Cybercrime Has Changed Criminal Investigations

How the evolution of cybercrime has impacted criminal investigations

TOP TEN: Cybersecurity Books

Infosecurity determines the top 10 must-read books for cybersecurity professionals