Information security
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Striking a balance between usability and security

There is a fundamental paradox relating to information security in that as security increases, the usability of the secured system decreases, says Simon Campbell-Young, CEO of Phoenix Distribution.

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Cleaning your digital footprints

The trails we unconsciously leave behind can be hard to erase, says Simon Campbell-Young, CEO of Phoenix Distribution.

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Imperva CEO reveals thoughts on infosec

Businesses need protection against the new threat environment emanating from external threat vectors, says Shlomo Kramer, CEO and chairman of Imperva.

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'Infosec a business problem'

Information security is perceived as so coincidental to business as to not matter, and this mindset needs to change, says Anthony Olivier, MD of Performanta Consulting.

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Infosec needs an injection of honesty

Fresh approaches are urgently needed in the IT security space, says Haroon Meer, founder of Thinkst.

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Valuable information

Is a company's most important data also its most protected?

8:40

Internal info security breaches increase

The only solution is to build information security into the DNA of the organisation and its employees, says John Mc Loughlin, MD of J2 Software.

5:30

Strictly confidential

Attempts by governments to control the flow of information is a worrying omen for future access freedoms.

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Protection framework secures business

Corporations must consolidate their security silos under one central, strategic protection framework, says Amir Lubashevsky, executive director of Magix Integration.

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Intrusion prevention under the spotlight

Karel Rode, a security specialist at Computer Associates, examines the roles of intrusion detection and prevention companies.

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Battening down the hatches

Information security is inherently complex, but is fast becoming a business distinguisher and even a matter of basic survival. Achieving security goals is possible even without big budgets.

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