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Small, unsophisticated developers perpetuating IoT security lapses: IBM

Despite years of education about security threats, software developers in Australia and elsewhere are still writing code that is too insecure and will open up massive holes as the Internet of Things (IoT) develops, IBM's X-Force security arm has warned as a prologue to recent research that found most malware threats continue to come from outside of Australia but can nonetheless affect all countries.

David Braue | 26 Nov | Read more

How CSOs Can Help CIOs Talk Security to the Board

Most CIOs are not security experts, but in the board room they need to be. Thanks to the CSO, , they don't have to go it alone. Behind the scenes, they can help prepare the CIO, offering advice on how to interpret the company's threat levels, boiling down the most relevant information and communicating it, early and often, so the C-suite will pay attention.

Lauren Brousell | 22 Nov | Read more

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Five predictions for IdaaS and Identity Management in 2015

Five years ago we knew changes in technology and the ways in which we do business would present enormous challenges for how IT manages identity, what we didn’t know, was just how fast these changes would take place. By 2015 Gartner forecasts Identity as a Service (IDaaS) will make up 25 per cent of the Identity and Access Management (IAM) market, up from just four per cent in 2011.

Graham Pearson | 28 Nov | Read more

SOFTWARE-DEFINED NEUTRALISATION OF CYBER RISKS

Putting a strong lock on a weak door is unlikely to deter thieves, particularly when there are valuables inside. Yet all too often in the battle against cyber attacks, businesses do just that: they attach advanced digital security systems to inherently insecure corporate network infrastructures. The net result is enterprise IT capabilities that keep those tasked with maintaining risk registers and ensuring data security awake at night, and frustration for those who want to embrace next generation mobility and cloud technologies to generate efficiencies and competitive advantage.

John Suffolk | 24 Nov | Read more

Peeling back the darknet

Most organisations are unaware of the need to bring darknet expertise in-house to ensure that there will be no surprises bubbling out of the darkness. The darknet does not have a pretty face, but it is not entirely evil either; so what is it that your organisation should know about the darknet, and why?

Mark Gregory, RMIT | 24 Nov | Read more

R.I.P. Email?

R.I.P. email. Well nearly. While the number of email accounts continues to grow rapidly, I'm predicting that email, as we know it today, will fade away as the world's most pervasive form of digital communications—possibly within three to five years. It’s not just that there are other ways by which people are communicating, it’s also because email is increasingly a risky way to communicate.

George Fong | 21 Nov | Read more

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