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Deloitte launches counter-espionage team

Deloitte launches counter-espionage team

Competitors still a security risk.
Jun 27 2009 10:15AM
Many IT security pros don't use passwords

Many IT security pros don't use passwords

IT security professionals are only marginally more likely to use passwords than standard users, according to a new survey.
Jun 25 2009 3:29PM
Secure social networking in the corporate world

Secure social networking in the corporate world

How do you embrace social media while ensuring your business is protected from the myriad of threats that come with it? Marshal8e6's Jeremy Hulse explains.
Jun 19 2009 3:05PM
Survey reveals culture of IT admin snooping

Survey reveals culture of IT admin snooping

Over a third of IT staff have used their administration rights to access privileged information about employees, customers and their company for personal reasons, according to a recent survey by Cyber-Ark.
Jun 12 2009 11:43AM
Companies should assess the role of the CISO

Companies should assess the role of the CISO

The role of the chief information security officer (CISO) is at risk due to the fact that information security risks that enterprises face have been exaggerated and misunderstood, according to a security blogger.
May 18 2009 11:25AM
Consultant accesses company's data room in social engineering 'attack'

Consultant accesses company's data room in social engineering 'attack'

A company has been hit by a mystery shopper attack where it was the victim of a 'social engineering' exercise.
May 7 2009 10:56AM
Better incentives required to stop data loss

Better incentives required to stop data loss

Organisations do not know enough about the source, reason and frequency of data leaks, and more incentives need to be put in place to encourage better data protection, according to a panel discussion at the Infosecurity Europe show in London.
Apr 30 2009 10:20AM
The power of privilege

The power of privilege

Unchecked power, often in the form of access rights and privileges, can lead to damaging security incidents in any organisation.
Apr 7 2009 2:51PM
Security professionals fear smartphone threat

Security professionals fear smartphone threat

Ninety per cent of security professionals believe that smartphones pose a significant risk to the enterprise, according to a new survey of over 2,000 members of security certifications organisation ISC2.
Apr 1 2009 10:23AM
Solving the hacking problem

Solving the hacking problem

To avoid hacking and malicious alteration of the application, software companies are turning to new anti-tamper solutions that will protect the entire application, as well as maintain code integrity.
Mar 30 2009 4:51PM
Corporate Express builds new data centre

Corporate Express builds new data centre

Corporate Express has built a new 121 square metre data centre within its Sydney south headquarters and has virtualised almost 90 per cent of company IT systems.
Mar 20 2009 6:26AM
Anti-virus is alive and kicking

Anti-virus is alive and kicking

Rumours of anti-virus software's death are exaggerated. It still packs a punch, as Jessica Twentyman explains.
Mar 19 2009 2:53PM
Maintaining security during retrenchments

Maintaining security during retrenchments

With the economy in tatters and layoffs happening so regularly that internet applications are being created solely to chronicle the firings, the insider threat is rising, as Dan Kaplan explains.
Mar 12 2009 2:46PM
An eye on security for 2009

An eye on security for 2009

There were several fundamental challenges in the security field last year, and this year will be no different, according to Websense's Phil Vasic.
Feb 27 2009 12:14PM
Security chiefs urged to take joined-up approach

Security chiefs urged to take joined-up approach

IT security needs to be more closely aligned with other corporate security functions, with an individual role co-ordinating and monitoring converged enterprise risk, according to a new benchmarking study by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC).
Feb 27 2009 6:04AM
Over 50% of ex-employees walking out the door with corporate data

Over 50% of ex-employees walking out the door with corporate data

More than half of workers who left their jobs last year have admitted that they took confidential corporate information with them, according to research by security giant Symantec.
Feb 24 2009 10:54AM
Ex-employees walking out the door with corporate data

Ex-employees walking out the door with corporate data

More than half of workers who left their jobs last year have admitted that they took confidential corporate information with them, according to research by security giant Symantec.
Feb 24 2009 5:32AM
Companies still failing to encrypt hardware

Companies still failing to encrypt hardware

Ninety per cent of laptop drives that are sent for data retrieval are not encrypted, according to a new survey.
Feb 20 2009 12:08PM
Companies warned over use of Netbooks

Companies warned over use of Netbooks

Netbooks provide risks when transferring company data, according to CoSoSys.
Jan 23 2009 10:45AM
In the vault

In the vault

When it comes to protecting financial info, IT security professionals can never rest on their laurels, reports Jean Thilmany.
Jan 16 2009 2:32PM

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