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Q1, 2015, Volume 12, Issue 1

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Content includes:

Cryptowars 2.0 and the Path to Ubiquitous Encryption
As government and technology companies square up once again over encryption, Thomas Fox-Brewster reports from the frontline of the Cryptowars’ second coming

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

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

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

Nice and Easy Does it: ‘Back to Basics’ Hacking Methodologies
We’re all looking for the next great threat to infrastructure, but there are still a host of simple attacks we should be guarding against, says Rene Millman

When Good Hacks Go Bad
The previous 12 months 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

Go Hack Yourself...Really
Organizations are very focused on building security defenses in an attempt to stop attacks, mostly from the outside. But they should spend more time trying to defeat the very defenses they have put in place, argues Fred Kost