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Q1, 2016, Volume 13, Issue 1

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Content Includes:

Cyber-Psychology: The Key to Securing the Human Element in Your Organization
Ciaran McMahon examines the concept of cyber-psychology, what it means and how it can be used effectively in businesses. 

Securing the Human to be Mightier than the Computer
SANS Institute certified instructor Lance Spitzner identifies the key ways for your staff to be your best ally in security. 

Trust Who You are Online With
Big Data identity platforms and social media have gone some way to improving online identity, Wendy M. Grossman looks at the successes and stories. 
Keeping Software Defined Data Centers Secure
Max Cooter looks at the concept of a software defined data center, and if this will put those “how secure is the cloud” debates to bed once and for all. 

Managing the Mobile Gap
Stephen Pritchard looks at the problem of mobiles in the enterprise, and will 2016 present any solutions to this consistent problem? 
DMARC Specification Poised to Take Webmail Woes by Storm in 2016
Tara Seals looks into DMARC and other options to further secure email. 

The Investigatory Powers Bill: The End of our Online Freedom?
Liberty’s Policy Officer Silkie Carlo looks at the proposed Investigatory Powers Bill and what impact it could have upon UK citizens.