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Mobile device security is top of mind at RSA, but how will cloud computing impact the security landscape, asks Cameron Sturdevant

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Facebook's moves to protect privacy with SSL authentication could be vital to political activists around the world, says Peter Judge

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Apple is rumoured to be appointing a new security chief to lead its march into the enterprise. Time for RIM to step up its game, says Sophie Curtis

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Data classification has to be done, so where do you start, where do you stop and what do you do the in the meantime? Credant's Sean Glynn explains.

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Governments are not immune to DDoS attacks, as hacktivist group Anonymous has proved. It's time nations started defending themselves, says Will Hogan

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Facebook claims that users will benefit from sharing their contact details with developers. Pull the other one, says Sophie Curtis

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Companies face increasingly stiff regulations for their IT. Peter Judge asks - if you virtualise your servers, will you fall foul of compliance rules?

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IT is now charged with the job of extending existing IDs or incorporating new ones to accommodate a digital presence, says PJ Connolly

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The recent Stuxnet attack on an Iranian nuclear facility sounded like just another attack, but there was more to it, says Jeff Hudson

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As cyber-crime becomes increasingly sophisticated, cyber-gangs could start aiming malware at one another, warns Derek Manky

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