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BYOD/Big Data

BYOD policies essential to keep data secure in the public sector – SC Magazine UK

Several organisations within the public sector still need to give ‘Bring Your Own Device’ (BYOD) initiatives proper consideration. Only then can security risks be avoided and the benefits of BYOD


9 data security tips for cloud migration | CSO Online

When migrating to a cloud-based environment, companies need to take a hard look at their needs and the security of their providers, as well as their own internal policies. Many

Industry Insights

Cybersecurity talent crisis continues, technical skills in high demand – Help Net Security

Intel Security, in partnership with the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), has released a global report outlining the talent shortage crisis impacting the cybersecurity industry across both companies


Media-stealing Android app targets developers – Help Net Security

Symantec researchers have unearthed another app on Google Play that secretly steals photos and videos from victims’ mobile devices. But the curious thing is that it’s not an app that

BYOD/Big Data

Controlling security for independent workers in the BYOD era |

In the era of the perimeter-less network and BYOD, managing security for employees comes with a significant set of challenges. It’s a sign of our times that employees are demanding

Vendor News

TrapX Evolves Deception-Based Network Security Beyond IT

TrapX™, a global leader in advanced cyber security defense, today announced that it has released version 5.2 of its DeceptionGrid™ platform. Available in Q3 2016, the new version expands deception-based


Ponemon: Cloud Adoption Grows as Security Lags – Infosecurity Magazine

Cloud adoption is growing, but companies aren’t taking security into account the way they should. A fresh Ponemon Institute survey shows that many businesses simply aren’t adopting appropriate governance and


Cloud-based security still lacking – SecureIDNews

Cloud-based computing is increasingly important for enterprises but security is still a concern, according to findings from a Ponemon Institute study titled “The 2016 Global Cloud Data Security Study,” commissioned


Getting comfortable with cloud-based security: Who to trust to do what • The Register

There are some bits of computing that you just don’t want to trust other people with. They’re just too sensitive. But at the same time, there are some things that


Top five concerns and takeaways from the techUK cloud security panel |

Last week, we took part in techUK’s ‘How to Build Trust in the Security of Cloud Computing’ panel debate in London. The event ran in two parts, the first panel looked at