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Interview: Why we need more ideas

Interview: Why we need more ideas

Guy Kawasaki talks venture capital, CIOs and social media.
Sep 28 2009 7:11AM
Opinion: Should we shoot the business analyst?

Opinion: Should we shoot the business analyst?

The high failure rate of software projects is not solely the fault of analysts, says Stewart Armstrong.
Feb 6 2009 6:45AM
Microsoft on IE8: we won’t break the Web

Microsoft on IE8: we won’t break the Web

No matter what you think about IE, you’ve got to feel sorry for the developers preparing the new IE8.
Feb 14 2008 2:58PM
Head to head: Do we really need compulsory data leakage disclosure laws?

Head to head: Do we really need compulsory data leakage disclosure laws?

New privacy laws have spread across the US and could be enforced in Australia
Oct 29 2007 10:47AM
The End: We need to rethink fraud

The End: We need to rethink fraud

Responsibility for spotting identity fraud should rest with business, says Bruce Schneier.
May 25 2007 10:11AM
Broadband is the service we cannot live without

Broadband is the service we cannot live without

All social sectors agree, according to report.
Oct 27 2006 9:43AM
VoIP: Can we talk?

VoIP: Can we talk?

VoIP cuts costs and streamlines communication for enterprises, but are the benefits worth the security risks? Dan Kaplan investigates.
Sep 4 2006 3:56PM
Editorial: Keeping up with the world we live in

Editorial: Keeping up with the world we live in

Sometimes, events conspire to focus the mind. The happenings of the past month fall into this category. It started when Dell and Apple were forced into an expensive recall of millions of laptop batteries after the evidence that they were liable to cause fires became overwhelming.
Sep 4 2006 3:56PM
Letter: We need people skills

Letter: We need people skills

Aviva's Paul Wood is right when he says in your cover story that information security people focus too much on technology (SC, July, p27).
Aug 14 2006 2:44PM
Can we talk?

Can we talk?

Ma Bell, meet your precocious newborn, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP). The technology, just a few years old, is growing up fast as enterprises and home users abandon traditional telephone lines so they can converge voice and data communication onto one network — while significantly cutting costs in the process.
Aug 8 2006 9:56PM
Only we can save the world wide web

Only we can save the world wide web

One of the delegates at the closed Executive Security Action Forum, held before the RSA conference this year, asked: "What will the internet look like – and will it even be there for our children?"
Jul 12 2006 2:35PM
We all need to shout louder

We all need to shout louder

As the security community starts another year, it is time to take stock of significant accomplishment. According to the second annual (ISC)2 Global Workforce Study, we are becoming a domain in our own right. Ultimate accountability for information security is moving away from IT and the CIO to CSOs and CEOs. There is also an entrenchment of the security department, with 20 per cent of respondents having direct reporting lines here.

Feb 13 2006 10:10AM
We can’t be quite so open any more

We can’t be quite so open any more

a recent article about the growing fear of identity theft reminded me of a recent incident involving one of my colleagues, a hospital doctor. Let’s call him John Smith, and his workplace Greater Manchester Hospital.
Feb 10 2006 5:02PM
We all need open standards

We all need open standards

The latest SANS "Top 20" vulnerability list was released recently. While it needs to be taken with a pinch of salt, it did come up with an interesting observation. It seems the focus is shifting, from holes in OSs to those in applications.
Jan 25 2006 1:59PM
We must all play our part

We must all play our part

Aug 26 2005 2:25PM
We all have a role to play

We all have a role to play

Do we need federal laws to prevent data theft? Or should industry take point? Illena Armstrong hears from Tom Davis, a Congressman with the power to decide
Aug 26 2005 12:22PM
Can we Trust our Workforce?

Can we Trust our Workforce?

Traditionally, one of the most important assets of any successful company is its workforce. Competitive edge comes from employing hard-working, law-abiding motivated individuals with a strong company loyalty. Even for the odd employee, with a grudge against the company, the combination of laws and contracts in the past acted as sufficient deterrent to any wrong-doing.
Aug 10 2005 10:09AM
We are dead wrong about risk

We are dead wrong about risk

Jul 1 2005 2:02PM
Hakuna matata - we don't care about spam

Hakuna matata - we don't care about spam

People may not like spam, but they are increasingly learning to live with it. A new report by the Pew Internet and American Life Project suggests users do not hate spam as much as they did a year ago and that their reaction to it is softening.
Apr 11 2005 2:24PM
Can we trust our workforce?

Can we trust our workforce?

Traditionally, one of the most important assets of any successful company is its workforce. Competitive edge comes from employing hard-working, law-abiding motivated individuals with a strong company loyalty. Even for the odd employee, with a grudge against the company, the combination of laws and contracts in the past acted as sufficient deterrent to any wrong-doing.
Feb 23 2005 4:55PM

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