Infosecurity Editorial

Do Not Ignore or Sacrifice Personal Privacy

Do Not Ignore or Sacrifice Personal Privacy

The term ‘privacy’ can be defined as “a state in which one is not observed or disturbed by other people.”

Editorial Q2 2016: Everything You'll Look for You’ll Find

Editorial Q2 2016: Everything You'll Look for You’ll Find

2016 has seen enterprises battle with ransomware as the most malicious of malware hit and shut down hospitals, while wearables, devices and industrial control systems deemed to be “the Internet of Things” has the promise to puncture more holes in an already aerated perimeter.

Editorial Q1 2016: The Stars Look Very Different Today

Editorial Q1 2016: The Stars Look Very Different Today

I’ve been delighted to join Infosecurity Magazine for the majority of this year covering for the remainder of Eleanor’s time away, and with seven years of experience behind me in covering information security as both a journalist and analyst, I’ve long admired this brand’s approach and coverage of the topic. Of course 2016 brings with a new set of ambitions and predictions, and over the time I get to spend in the editor’s chair I’ll do my best to address those directly.

Editorial Q4 2014: Music Sounds Better with You

Editorial Q4 2014: Music Sounds Better with You

In his keynote at Black Hat in Vegas this summer, Dan Geer presented on the issue of mandatory breach disclosure. He drew a comparison between the information security industry and the aviation sector, an analogy that I’d discussed only the day before over lunch with the great Jack Daniel and Trey Ford.

Editorial Q3 2014: Fight the Power

Editorial Q3 2014: Fight the Power

It was during an interview at Infosecurity Europe when my interviewee said to me “Every single vendor in this exhibition hall does exactly the same thing” when I realized that I’m actually quite protective about our industry’s vendor community.

Marking the Milestones: 10 Years of Infosecurity Magazine

Marking the Milestones: 10 Years of Infosecurity Magazine

From Blaster to Edward Snowden, Drew Amorosi looks back at 10 years of Infosecurity magazine and the profession it serves

Editorial: Time to Refocus on Cybersecurity

October was recently declared National Cyber Security Awareness month by President Obama. Let’s hope that his commitment to cybersecurity is not merely lip service.

Editorial: Facebook Can’t Catch a Break

Editorial: Facebook Can’t Catch a Break

Legend has it that the late West Virgina Senator Robert Byrd carried a copy of the US constitution in his pocket at all times while on the floor of the Senate. Infosecurity's Drew Amorosi shares his opinions as to why Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg should do the same, or at the very least a current text on civil liberties.

Editorial: Sometimes Honesty Doesn’t Pay

Editorial: Sometimes Honesty Doesn’t Pay

Infosecurity’s Drew Amorosi shares his opinions on the recent dismissal of Pennsylvania’s CISO and the role that open dialogue played in the decision

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