Bloor Security

A look at the latest trends in IT security from the experts at Bloor Security.

Recent Posts

  • Security proving to be a fruitful area for investment

    Fran Howarth 22 Oct 2012
  • The technology landscape is changing fast, bringing much disruptive change that provides organisations with new ways to streamline their businesses, reach out to customers more effectively and keep ...

  • How telcos can grow their business and manage risk

    Fran Howarth 17 Oct 2012
  • Among the many challenges that telecommunications providers face are the need to transform and consolidate their businesses. They need to adopt new business models that allow them to move away from ...

  • Trust as the foundation of security

    Fran Howarth 13 Sep 2012
  • Trust is essential for building a sustainable business. Security is essential for building trust. To build trust in electronic networks, security needs to be built into a suitable framework, rather ...

  • IPv6: where are we now?

    Fran Howarth 23 Jul 2012
  • According to the US government, "the strength and vitality of our economy, infrastructure, public safety and national security have been built on the foundation of cyberspace." The McKinsey Global ...

  • Take a more holistic view of email security

    Fran Howarth 23 Apr 2012
  • Emails are essential business communications and collaboration tools and the vast majority of business information is, at some point of its lifecycle, communicated via emails and their attachments. ...

  • Taking the offensive on endpoint security

    Fran Howarth 27 Feb 2012
  • Buzz phrases of the day include consumerisation of IT and BYOD--bring your own device. The former phrase refers to the use of increasingly powerful and feature-rich devices, be they PCs, ...

  • Getting ahead in the cloud

    Fran Howarth 25 Jan 2012
  • Cloud-based computing is growing faster than the IT sector as a whole. There are plenty of analysts throwing numbers about regarding cloud spending. Here are some from Forrester Research: in 2011, ...