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Security Think Tank: Align security strategy to business objectives

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Dec 18, 2018 11:00 PM 4+ mon ago

Security Think Tank: Align security strategy to business objectives

At the close of 2018, we asked CW Security Think Tank contributors to name one thing predicted for 2018 that did not happen, one thing that was not predicted and did happen and one thing that should happen in 2019, but probably will not....

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Security Think Tank: Focus UTM capabilities on security and business needs

computerweekly.com     2+ mon ago

Security Think Tank: Focus UTM capabilities on security and business needs How can organisations best use unified threat management tools to help stem the tide of data brea...

Security Think Tank: UTM a key part of a well-rounded security strategy

computerweekly.com     2+ mon ago

Security Think Tank: UTM a key part of a well-rounded security strategy How can organisations best use unified threat management tools to help stem the tide of data breache...

Security Think Tank: Gap, risk and business impact analysis key to application security

computerweekly.com     5+ mon ago

While interface, usability and user experience are important factors, developers must follow a "White Book" on coding that considers security measures such as where logs are kept, how access control i...

Security Think Tank: Situational awareness underpins effective security

computerweekly.com     4+ mon ago

Security Think Tank: Situational awareness underpins effective security As attackers begin to use multiple command and control systems to communicate with backdoors and oth...

Security Think Tank: Outsource security operations, not control

computerweekly.com     8+ mon ago

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Security Think Tank: A three-pronged approach to application security

computerweekly.com     5+ mon ago

In October 2018, an article in Computer Weekly noted that "Most organisations (67%) believe hackers can still penetrate their network and 89% say they have had an application layer attack in the past ...

Security Think Tank: Top things to consider in security outsourcing

computerweekly.com     8+ mon ago

Security Think Tank: Top things to consider in security outsourcing What critical security controls can be outsourced, and how do organisations SMEs in particular maintain confidence that they...

Security Think Tank: A risk-based approach to security outsourcing

computerweekly.com     8+ mon ago

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Security Think Tank: Focus on security before app deployment

computerweekly.com     5+ mon ago

In the rush to deploy applications, security becomes an afterthought and is largely ignored when it really matters most - during the software development process. From a purely financial point of vie...

Security Think Tank: Put collaboration on 2019 security agenda

computerweekly.com     4+ mon ago

By submitting my Email address I confirm that I have read and accepted the Terms of Use and Declaration of Consent. In the 12 years that Threat Horizon has been published, many of the predicted threa...

Security Think Tank: Many routes to UTM to boost security capabilities

computerweekly.com     2+ mon ago

Security Think Tank: Many routes to UTM to boost security capabilities How can organisations best use unified threat management tools to help stem the tide of data breaches...

Security Think Tank: C-suite needs to drive outcomes-based security

computerweekly.com     6+ mon ago

Everywhere you look, there are articles saying that security is a c-suite issue. Sadly, it seems the only people who do not realise that are members of the c-suite. The upper echelon of businesses nee...

Security Think Tank: Creative thinking key to meeting emerging security challenges

computerweekly.com     3+ mon ago

By submitting my Email address I confirm that I have read and accepted the Terms of Use and Declaration of Consent. Other developments, such as cloud computing, have hastened the displacement of netw...

Security Think Tank: Put more layers around passwords to up security

computerweekly.com     9+ mon ago

Security Think Tank: Put more layers around passwords to up security In light of the fact that complex passwords are not as strong as most people think and most password strategies inevitably lead to ...

Security Think Tank: Defend application layer with good security hygiene

computerweekly.com     5+ mon ago

As soon as you allow an application through your firewall, there is a possibility of a layer attack on it. Of course, we have to let applications through firewalls to do business - to allow remote use...

Security Think Tank: Enable outcomes-based security in software development

computerweekly.com     6+ mon ago

Front-line operational security will always require a tick box element to ensure everyone is synchronised and singing from the same cyber security hymn sheet. Those on the front line cannot afford to ...

Security Think Tank: Firms neglect DNS security at their peril

computerweekly.com     4+ mon ago

By submitting my Email address I confirm that I have read and accepted the Terms of Use and Declaration of Consent. Enter command and control (C&C) communications, the mechanism by which malware can ...

Security Think Tank: How to manage software vulnerabilities

computerweekly.com     7+ mon ago

Follow: Software vulnerabilities continue to be discovered on a daily basis, and it can often be a race against the hacker to apply relevant updates and remediate a vulnerability bef...

Security Think Tank: How to achieve software hygiene

computerweekly.com     7+ mon ago

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Security Think Tank: Invest in proactive approach to security and digital risk

computerweekly.com     1+ mon ago

What should be the key cyber security risk indicator for any business? Share this item with your network: Ovum Instea...

Security Think Tank: Supplement security with an MSSP to raise the bar

computerweekly.com     7+ mon ago

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Security Think Tank: How to create good passwords and add security layers

computerweekly.com     9+ mon ago

Security Think Tank: How to create good passwords and add security layers In light of the fact complex passwords are not as strong as most people think and most password strategies inevitably lead to ...

Security Think Tank: Use SDN, containerisation and encryption tools to boost security

computerweekly.com     3+ mon ago

By submitting my Email address I confirm that I have read and accepted the Terms of Use and Declaration of Consent. A lack of network perimeters therefore needs to be matched with technology that can...

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