Amar Singh of international IT governance association ISACA reports on the damage denial of service (DoS) attacks can do and shares advice on how organisations can protect themselves

Daniel Mitchell from the CyberCrime Security Forum gives insight into how the cyber underworld operates, and offers practical and realistic guidance on how you can be prepared and protected. Whilst the issue of cyber crime may be high up government, industry and the media’s agenda, research has revealed that an alarming 60 per cent of the UK’s public and private sector are not prepared to deal with this increasing threat.

Simon Shawley, general manager for UK and Ireland, Samsung Techwin Europe, addresses questions that users should ask themselves when specifying a surveillance system

Last year standards surrounding the discarding of confidential information were enhanced

BAPCO 2010 offers a unique insight into the future of integrated communication and information technologies for Public Safety and Civil Contingency Services

Today’s computer criminals are highly skilled IT experts who know how to manipulate systems and recover deleted information

Proper procedures must be followed to secure the integrity of digital evidence, says Pauline Norstrom, of BSIA CCTV Section

The ACPO-APA International Policing Exhibition gave industry professionals the chance to debate the future of policing

RSA® Conference plays an integral role in connecting security professionals across the globe

RSA® Conference plays an integral role in keeping security professionals across the globe connected and educated

Mike Hinchliffe, BSIA Cash and Property Marking Section Chairman, discusses the development of new property marking technologies and how they can be effective deterrents

Deloitte’s security and privacy professionals are helping to protect customer information in the public sector

Professor Richard Wilding from the Cranfield School of Management explains how Radio Frequency Indentification is going to radically change the way we manage defence operations in the future

With a comprehensive programme of presentations and the latest products on display in the exhibition area, IP-in-Action LIVE Essex promises to be an excellent day

ID Cards are essential in the drive to address problems such as identity and benefits fraud, says Andy Burnham, Parliamentary Under-Secretary for Immigration, Citizenship and Nationality

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