Traditional perimeter security measures to keep out hackers and viruses are increasingly vulnerable to new threats. Information security chiefs need a new approach that assumes their networks are likely to be somehow infected, and to better detect and mitigate against such incursions.
The inaugural CW500 Security Club, titled "You're probably infected, now what?" invited experts to pass on their experiences to our audience of IT security leaders.
In this video, Mike St John Green, former government cyber security adviser, , talks to Computer Weekly editor in chief Bryan Glick about how government attitudes to cyber security are changing and the awareness at a national level of how widespread and serious are the scale of attacks being faced by companies today.