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Goodbye EU, Hello Cyber Chaos?
With the big European referendum just weeks away, Phil Muncaster assesses the impact a Brexit could have on UK information security.
How Safe Behind the Privacy Shield?
The announcement of the change from Safe Harbor to Privacy Shield was swift, but its passage has been rocky. Wendy M Grossman looks at the story so far.
NAC Passes the Crown – to NAC
With the perimeter lost due to the proliferation of mobile devices and controls for them now more prevalent, Tara Seals looks at network access control and what role it has in security now.
Retail Security – Lessons Learned Two Years On
Two years on from a surge of retail security data breaches, Dan Raywood looks at what lessons were learned and what has been done to prevent such headlines from being made again.
Mister Retail Security
Having held down a number of senior security positions at major retailers, Lee Barney is well placed to talk about the challenges faced in his sector. Dan Raywood talked to him about how M&S deals with the modern threat landscape
Mobile Payments, How Secure?
As you can now pay for your purchases with a mobile device, Robin Arnfield looks at the mobile payment space and identifies its opportunities and how secure they really are.
Would Like to Meet
With more and more data being handled by dating websites, Patchen Barss looks at the security challenges facing the industry.
Infosecurity Europe 2016 – Full Preview
As the industry descends upon London in early June for Europe’s largest security gathering, we feature the talks, workshops, keynotes, exhibitors and full details about this year’s show.
CyberCenturion 2016 Winners Crowned at Bletchley Park Final
Over the years, The Cyber Security Challenge has helped to showcase the benefits of our industry to many new people. Michael Hill recently attended the CyberCenturion 2016 Final to see a new school team crowned winners of the competition.
GDPR – Good for the DPO
The long awaited reform of the European data protection laws will be implemented in 2018. Dan Raywood talked to Tim Turner and Jon Baines from the National Association of Data Protection Officers (NADPO) about how changes are affecting those doing the job.