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Who better to understand the security threat to coporations than a Chief Information Security Officer? Defence IQ interviews Vishal Salvi, Chief Information Security Officer, ISG-Information Security Group, HDFC Bank Limited, on the corporate security risks in India.D...
Terrorists are increasingly targeted large corporations. In order to ensure corporate security, your company must be armed with the technology and manpower to effectively deal with these threats. Col. Trinayan Saikia, GM, Security and Safety at DLF, describes ways in wh...
Defence IQ interviews Maj. Gen. Vinay Bhatnagar, an expert on corporate security, who describes best practices for corporate security in the hotel industry. Describe your company and role. What does your position entail?
Geospatial systems are becoming a keenly valued capability for port security measures, wherein security teams have found an advantage in advanced surveillance and tracking of the immediate area.
There are new and developing trends which suggest grave danger to Caribbean societies. Increased drug trafficking through the region, the threat of diminishing security assistance, and signs of radicalisation leading to violent extremism threatens Caribbean societies....
Here is the concluding part of the Defence IQ Cyber Security special. The first half is available at DefenceIQ.com. When Policy and Industry Collide
As the recent Chatham House report on the UK’s reliance on – and failings of – the private sector to safeguard our national infrastructure made clear, it is now more pertinent than ever to assess the data security industry and its progressive capabilities.
This is the speech Pieter De Crem, Minister of Defence for Belgium, gave at this week’s Cyber Defence and Network Security conference in London. Chair, Excellences, Ladies and Gentlemen,
The provision of maritime security services in Nigeria is about to be turned on its head; non-legal actors will be forced out of the country and the Nigerian Navy and National Security Agency will begin to play an even more important role in regulating the industry....
In June this year, Prime Minister Gordon Brown announced a new cyber security strategy for the UK, which included setting up an operations centre dedicated at the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) in Cheltenham. Network security is vital both in a civilia...
Information Operations is not just a requirement during military operations but also of peacetime. Adversaries, such as terrorists, and potential adversaries will continue to push their agenda in efforts to recruit, to corrupt or to incite, whether our forces are enga...
As a decade of operations begin to wind down in Afghanistan, it is clear that the military’s insatiable demand for timely, secure and high quality information will continue to grow exponentially. Some estimates forecast a near 1000% rise in information generation befo...
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