Information Age presents the top 10 disruptive technologies facing the enterprise - and the vital security implications around them

Organisations can protect themselves against the rise of mobile malware by properly monitoring the network before, during and after an...

The UK governments's hastily-deployed 'emergency' data retention and investigatory powers bill (DRIP) shows a lack of understanding by leaders on...

UK and US professionals agree that people are the most frequent point of failure in IT Security

Google's Project Zero is a great start on tackling the problem of zero-day market- but it remains to be seen how Google will work with vendors

Infections of the virulent trojan have been recorded in the UK, France and the US, with India the most affected

Zero-day vulnerabilities are rich sources of exploitation for cyber criminals and government snoops alike. Toyin Adelakun of ...

The Internet of Things will mean a better-connected world with huge possibilities for positive change – and big opportunities for cybercriminals...

The new report provides an assessment of the degree of confidence IT departments have in their efficacy, and identifies the areas most likely to...

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