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  • Are hacks being lured into a seedy world of dishonesty?

    Britain's coding elite are being attracted to the dark side, warnsIdappcom Claims by top security boffin Brian Krebs, that unworldly code writers are being lured into a life of crime by carefully-worded job adverts, have been backed by Idappcom,... 

  • Imperva warns of new threat: Search Engine Poisoning

    The latest threat on the web is SEP. It's got nothing to do with Sepp Blatter, despite what you might be thinking - it stands for Search Engine Poisoning Imperva has produced a report on SEP, but unfortunately, it's so long-winded and difficult to re... 

  • New nightmare EC privacy regulations need to be explained

    The EC Privacy Regulations will have massive implications for the industry. But few people understand them. So here's a briefing even a salesman could understand From May 25 the new European privacy laws come into play and will determine how w... 

  • Why are Cisco VoIP phones so hackable?

    Here'sBjoern Rupp, the CEO of GSMK Cryptophone, explaining why Cisco VoIP phones are such a profitable target for the law breaking community. Modern VoIP phones are specialised computers that just happen to look like phones. So they can be attack... 

  • Security and Cloud Computing are strange bedfellows. Cloud security is too immature

    Her'e's Mateen (or Marteen - they've spelt it both ways) Greenway, HP Fellow, on the immaturity of the cloud computing model. As sightings of the Face of Jesus in the Cloudbecome more frequent, we thought it was time someone carried out a maturi... 

  • Want to hack a computer? Hire an accountant

    [PR company didn't provide a picture. Tut!] PwC (AKA PriceWaterHouseCooper, AKA Monday) is teaching its staff computer hacking. Brilliant idea! Hacking is a fascinating, sexy subject. Most of us are sensible enough not to do it, but yo... 

  • Cloud Computing is at a crucial stage in its journey says Trend Micro channel boss Hodson

    Here's Caroline Hodson, head of UK channel sales and marketingat security giant Trend Micro. She's mad for Infosec. That's the kind of enthusiasm we like to see! Is this your first time at Infosec? No. I can't stay away! It is one of tho... 

  • IT Security by numbers - figures for Patch Tuesday tell their own story about Internet Explorer

    Here's a story for number crunchers to digest. We present these figures from Microsoft's latest Patch Tuesday and invite you to draw your own conclusions. Numbers 64 number of patches needed in various version of Microsoft Internet Explorer9 th... 

  • 2FA means sweet FA says inventor of Gridsure's simple to use authentication system

    Here's Stephen Howes, founder and CTO of Gridsure. He's actually taken the trouble to create an interesting portrait picture, which puts him way way way out ahead of the rest of the frankly unimaginative crowd who populate Infosec. He's won this ... 

  • DeviceLock could have prevented Wikileaks

    Police investigating the recent Wikileaks scandal phenomenon will NOT be calling on Stand D42 at Infosec. Because the exhibitor occupying this space, DeviceLock, is generally well respected in the community, for its work on preventing crime and data ...