Securing the organisation means aligning security with business requirements. It is about managing information risks, balancing regulatory compliance with security considerations
In the second of our four-part weekly guide to security, Lisa Kelly talks to IT leaders taking a best practice approach to security
Previous problems with security led Leeds Teaching Hospital NHS Trust to implement Kasperky Labs products
Online initiatives to fight cyber crime are increasing the force's successful investigation rate
In the third part of our definitive guide, we look at how security professionals need to combine technical and communication skills.
Jon Collins takes a look at the security threat that the latest technologies can pose to an organisation
Jon Fell and John Skelton study the legal implications of keeping data safe from e-criminals, and keeping on the right side of the law
Company vicariously liable for leak of payroll data of 100,000 staff in 2014 by internal auditor Andrew Skelton, Court of Appeal rules
Google responds to European Commission antitrust ruling with Android licensing scheme
The CIO and CDO share many areas of responsibility - but does bringing them both together under one title make sense?
No evidence found to back-up Bloomberg's claims, says Cook