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Mitigating The Big IT Risks

23 February, 2011
Business risks associated with poor software security and preventing the internet "kill switch" from being thrown are at the heart of debates and reports from both sides of the Atlantic

A detailed report from training and professional development organisation (ISC)2 focuses on the risks posed to businesses from poor software security and quality processes. The report highlights the problems that industry is facing and what can be done to mitigate the risk. Read more about the (ISC)2 report




Worried debates have been rippling out from the announced possibility of the US President having control over an Internet "Kill Switch", prompting the organisers of the UK's Infosecurity Europe exhibition to comment on the need for strong contingency planning in the event that such a switch could ever be thrown. What would an internet kill switch imply? Should businesses worry or not? Read more about the Internet kill switch debate

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