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Q3, 2015, Volume 12, Issue 3

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Contents Includes: 

Return of the Mac
Suited, booted and back on the speaking circuit, John McAfee is a man with a bone to pick. Mike Hine lights the fuses at Infosecurity Europe

End of the Road
It’s the end of Windows Server 2003 as we know it. Do you feel fine? asks Johna Till Johnson

Better Together
Information sharing can be a win-win for public and private sectors, Phil Muncaster discovers, but there are still hurdles to overcome

Securing the Smart City
The smart city has long been the realm of science fiction. However, as dark fiber, big data and the internet of things start to converge, the reality is not as distant as it seems. But what are the security implications? Davey Winder investigates

Health, Safety and Security
Forget the bond of doctor-patient confidentiality, cyber-attacks pose a much bigger threat to your sensitive medical data, finds Wendy M. Grossman as she assesses the recent spate of healthcare breaches

Book Review: Data and Goliath, Bruce Schneier
Security guru Bruce Schneier’s latest book confronts the power imbalances caused by mass surveillance. Mike Hine turns the pages

Point-Counterpoint: Are Companies Spending too Much on Prevention Software?
Organizations are still finding themselves at the mercy of cyber-criminals. Are prevention tools not enough anymore? Or is there a bigger picture?