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Q4, 2016, Volume 13, Issue 4

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Content Includes:

Securing the Smart City
With the Internet of Things making smart city projects an everyday reality, Stephen Pritchard explores what steps are being taken to tackle the security and privacy issues that so often surround them.

Ransomware Economics: Why the Threat is Here to Stay
Ransomware has been hitting the headlines for the past few years, snaring new victims who face the dilemma on whether to stand strong. Dan Raywood looks at the rising cost of a ransom payment, and how much the size of the target affects the financial demand.

Should C-Level Bonuses be Linked to Cybersecurity Success?
MPs suggested bonuses should be slashed for CEOs whose firms were hit by cyberattacks. Sooraj Shah asks whether that’s fair.

Medical Devices Need a Strong Dose of Cybersecurity
Cybersecurity architect DJ Singh explains why the healthcare industry is victim to more cyber-attacks than any other sector.

Interview: Jennifer Steffens
Eleanor Dallaway spends an afternoon with the matriarch and CEO of research firm IOActive.

Making Bugs Bountiful: Should Bug Bounty Hunting be Regulated?
With black hat brokers able to outbid even the likes of Google and Apple for vulnerabilities, Davey Winder explores whether the bug bounty model is fundamentally flawed.

Skills Gap: How to Attract the Best Staff
As the cybersecurity skills gap continues to plague the industry, it has never been more important for organizations to have a sound understanding of how to attract and retain the best staff. Michael Hill reports.