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    Mark Reeves, SVP International for Entrust, examines the so called ‘facts’ behind the myth that mobile devices are less secure than desktop PCs.
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    They may have left only a brand name for low-end computers now, but it was Compaq who, in an internal document, first used the term cloud computing.
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    Charlotte Walker-Osborn, Commercial Partner and TMT Sector Head, and Nisha Patel, Trainee Solicitor, both of Eversheds LLP, give us an update on cybersecurity.
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    We tend to take electronic communications for granted. Like power and water it’s always there, but although it’s a part of the critical national infrastructure (CNI), this doesn’t mean it can’t or doesn’t fail from time to time says David Sutton.
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    In an industry filled with controversy, active defence is a particularly controversial topic. It conjures up images of security professionals hacking back at pimply-faced teenagers, taking time out of a busy workday not to defend the fort, but to take revenge on attackers.

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