​RSA Conference 2016 – The Top Five Issues

This year marked my fourth RSA Conference – I’ve attended three in San Francisco and one in Singapore – and each year there are some stand-out issues and themes that dominate discussion.

​Security: Architecture vs Sprawl

VMWare CEO Pat Gelsinger says we live in a “state of compromise” where what the business sees as critical is different to what CISOs see as important. When CEOs were asked what most needed to be protected from attacks, they answered reputation. CIOs and CISOs, on the other hand, pointed to regulated data as the most important thing to protect.

​Stop whining – RSA Opening Keynote

The Annual RSA Conference, held at the Moscone Center in downtown San Francisco seems to have a happy knack of coming around each year just as something juicy and controversial is challenging the security industry.

Infosec’s human face

Program Chairman Hugh Thompson closed the RSA Conference with a focus on the human side of information security.


Quick Look: What Ails Our Healthcare Systems?

Healthcare is a very lucrative target for hackers, with life critical applications, sensitive information and not so secure systems—what more can a hacker ask for? This talk will look at ...


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