The spread of consumer technologies at work has put many IT departments on the back foot, but a conference in San Francisco this week is looking at ways IT managers can take back control and turn the chaos to their advantage.
It’s just any day now before the next security breach. To highlight that point, we put together this infographic that details all the major online security breaches in the past 12 months. From Apple to Zappos, they’re all here.
Guest post written by John Meakin John Meakin is global head of security solutions and architecture at Deutsche Bank. John Meakin Security leaders put up walls. Firewalls, barriers to entry, ways to control the flow of information.
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