Cisco insists it WILL keep Snort alive
Says it will invest in and learn from open source community
Published 09 September 2013
OneLogin survey notes the two-edged sword of cloud apps
78% will increase cloud app usage, 71% use apps unsanctioned by IT
Published 04 February 2013
Is BlackBerry Balance really a 'killer feature'?
Security needs people and process more than technology
Published 31 January 2013
An easy catch? 6 out of 10 office workers phished daily
6% get more than 10 phishing emails a day
Published 14 January 2013
Organisations struggling with data: report
Big data is a big challenge and it's costing companies hard cash, Oracle study suggests
Published 23 July 2012
'Phone hacking' was despicable, but it was not hacking
Private investigators hired by tabloids were 'blaggers', not hackers
Published 20 December 2011
How safe, secret or private is InPrivate browsing?
Not as secret as you might think...
Published 28 October 2011
How The Sun was hacked and Murdoch 'died'
Groups such as LulzSec have security teams on the run
Published 19 July 2011
Lieberman CEO puts the boot into RSA for security failures
Philip Lieberman says breach will cost RSA $400m, accuses EMC of "milking the cow dry"
Published 08 June 2011
Much maligned law firm handed "paltry" fine for data breach
"Bullying", "aggressive" ACS:Law fined a grand for data breach
Published 13 May 2011
Sony PlayStation hack: how the bad guys won
Hackers are winning the battle against some of the most sophisticated technology firms in the world. Be afraid...
Published 04 May 2011
Pity the IT helpdesk: they like January even less than you
Christmas gadgets and forgotten passwords keep support staff busy