Dan Raywood kindly invited me to participate in an Infosecurity Magazine webinar on the eve of GDPR Day. Like most of the data protection and privacy crew who were on the radio, […]
How long ago did the cry of “More money, more bodies!” turn into noise? Wolves or not, you’re facing the prospect of a seriously depleted security flock.
The why, what, how and what next of security policies. Now with a riposte from Phil Huggins who provoked this post and the linked articles by questioning the value of traditional written document sets
With a dramatic increase in cyber security legislation and regulation brewing, how is that relationship with regulators going? Is it positive and productive or divisive and dictatorial?
How do you avoid the situation that Sony currently finds its self in? How do you accurately assess potential loss and the likelihood of that loss occurring to make good security decisions?
About half of internal audit’s key stakeholders do not believe that internal audit is either delivering the value it should or addressing the risks that matter
Infospective’s owner, Sarah Clarke, joins other industry commentators looking at implications of JP Morgan’s 100% hike in planned cyber security spend http://wp.me/p4oO83-LC
My answer to the August expert panel question for Information Security Buzz: In your opinion, what are 3 key elements to succeed in a positive security culture and what tips can you provide to implement change