Infosecurity Europe 2009: News, interviews and updates

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Infosecurity Europe 2009
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Infosecurity Europe bucks recession, as does cybercrime
It looks like the security industry is in good shape, especially if the Infosecurity Europe show is a measure of economic health. Cybercriminals, however, are looking strong, too.



Information security skills must include communication, says Dorey
According to industry veteran Paul Dorey, future security professionals will need to have better communication skills to gain respect.             

U.K. security must improve in time for 2012 Olympics, says Blunkett
Former Home Secretary David Blunkett opened the Infosecurity conference in London with a call for government and business to give greater attention to cybercrime threats, especially in the run-up to the 2012 Olympics.

New products aim to control rogue applications that avoid firewalls
Palo Alto Networks Inc. was sporting the slogan "Fix the Firewall" at its first Infosecurity Europe exhibition in London, and showing off its range of firewall appliances that attempt to control applications that avoid firewall detection.

Few companies enforce social networking policies, says survey
According to a survey from Sophos Plc, employees are sharing too much personal information on sites like LinkedIn and MySpace. More importantly, many enterprises are not making an attempt to control the use of social network sites.


Information security salaries remain steady despite recession
Despite an economic crisis, professional information security salaries are holding up well in the U.K., according to a new survey of more than 600 professionals.

Survey: U.K. workers could be tempted into selling company secrets
An Infosecurity Europe survey of 600 London commuters revealed that many employees would give up their precious company's data for the right price.



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