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Infosec 15: How cybersecurity fought back as the industry fractured
Computer Business Review
The retreat from the perimeter hailed by the likes of Brian Dye of Symantec (he of "antivirus is dead" fame), is still being sounded by vendors who confidently claim that the outer wall of security is dead, and has been for some time. Falling back to ...
Fyodor has announced the release of Nmap 6.49BETA1.This version will have hundreds of improvement, including:
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Encryption, Sony cyber wars and GCHQ staff shortages: Top 10 Infosec 2015 ...
Infosec Europe is always a big affair that sees all the movers and shakers from the white hat community come together under one roof. The 2015 show was no different and included big names from numerous industries and government departments, including ...
Mad John McAfee: 'Can you live in a society that is more paranoid than I'm ...
Infosec 2015 John McAfee delivered a surprisingly non-controversial keynote speech to the London Infosec Conference on Wednesday afternoon, lauding the value of privacy, doing so – to the concern of his bewildered audience – whilst seemingly tickling ...
'No hope for security unless we separate work and personal devices' - John ...
McAfee: "fearful" government will make security weaker
CRN - UK
Infosec 2015: A place in the sun
CRN - UK
As always, securing a prime location was key to coming away with a successful Infosec experience, and cloud security vendor Elastica managed to bag a very profitable spot on the second floor as the masses came and went from the week's keynote ...
Large numbers of UK security breaches never reported to anyone, PwC report ...
90% Of UK Organisations Suffered Security Breaches In Past 12 Months
PwC: 90% of large companies suffer data breach
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