One of the most infamous hackers in cyberspace, turned security adviser, tells Edwin Smith that no technology is completely secure
Data Security 2014
Cyber attacks against companies are growing in both number and sophistication, and a rise in BYOD culture in the workplace means business owners must educate themselves on the need-to-know of data security. We investigate data sharing, regulation and a pressing need for cyber education. The report also sees the 'most wanted' hacker, turned security adviser, discussing how to mitigate risk in protecting your company’s most valuable asset; its data.
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The advantages of allowing staff to use their own technology at work could outweigh security implications, as Jonathan Weinberg reports
A new European Union data protection regime seeks to safeguard citizens’ privacy and will introduce stringent regulations affecting businesses across Europe, writes Stephen Pritchard
Charles Orton-Jones explores ways to strengthen cyber security in the face of human weakness