Infosecurity Editorial

Parting Shots (Q2 2020 Issue)

Parting Shots (Q2 2020 Issue)

EternalBlue was among the most frequently encountered vulnerabilities and attack vectors between Q4 of 2019 and Q1 of 2020

Director’s Cut (Q2 2020 Issue)

Director’s Cut (Q2 2020 Issue)

A month into lockdown, pondering the impact that COVID-19 will have on our industry.

Editorial: True Colors (Q2 2020 Issue)

Editorial: True Colors (Q2 2020 Issue)

The infosec industry has shown its true colors and community spirit in response to the COVID-19 pandemic

Parting Shots (Q1 2020 Issue)

Parting Shots (Q1 2020 Issue)

Looking back to a story from 20 years ago, when were all a bit more loved

Director’s Cut (Q1 2020 Issue)

Director’s Cut (Q1 2020 Issue)

Arguing for a more open-minded, more inclusive recruitment strategy for the industry

The Road Goes Ever On (Q1 2020 Issue)

The Road Goes Ever On (Q1 2020 Issue)

It’s a new year, a new decade, and the adage ‘out with the old, in with the new’ seems pretty apt for 2020

Director's Cut (Q4 2019 Issue)

Director's Cut (Q4 2019 Issue)

This industry is bursting with people that really, truly care about making a difference

Parting Shots (Q4 2019 Issue)

Parting Shots (Q4 2019 Issue)

Edward Snowden's shadow still looms large over the information security sector

The Board Is Set, and the Pieces Are Moving (Q4 2019 Issue)

The Board Is Set, and the Pieces Are Moving (Q4 2019 Issue)

We hear so much in our industry about threats changing, evolving and adapting.

Parting Shots (Q3 2019 Issue)

Parting Shots (Q3 2019 Issue)

Infosecurity conducted new research of ‘next generation’ cybersecurity pros/students around the trends featured in our 2019 State of Cybersecurity Report

Towers of Gold Are Still Too Little (Q3 2019 Issue)

Towers of Gold Are Still Too Little (Q3 2019 Issue)

There was quite a clamor made in July when the ICO announced its intention to fine British Airways £183.39m for infringements of the GDPR

Parting Shots (Q2 2019 Issue)

Parting Shots (Q2 2019 Issue)

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