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CIOs might lose their jobs if they don't implement information governance policy

As businesses continue to move toward a more mobile-centric workflow, many CIOs will be forced to adapt or run the risk of losing their job. Re search from Forrester commissioned by data protection specialist Druva predicted that 20 percent of CIOs in regulated industries would be fired by 2016 if they did not institute a sound information governance policy.

IoT and the enterprise: Managing risks and avoiding mistakes

Those involved in IT security are acutely aware that as the number of nodes in a network of intelligent devices--Internet of Things (IoT), for instance--rises, so do the number of potential vectors for attacking that system.  Thus, there is increasing concern that IoT's value propositions go hand-in-hand with vulnerabilities that could threaten the enterprises employing them, argues Greg Shannon with the IEEE and Carnegie Mellon.

The internet will become the corporate network perimeter, predicts iSheriff CEO

The internet will become the corporate network perimeter, predicts Paul Lipman, CEO of cloud security service provider iSheriff.

Will 2015 top this year in terms of data breaches?

This year has been a record year for data breaches. But what does next year hold for the IT security industry?

Top three IT areas for investment are all mobile related, says MaaS360 chief

The top three technology areas where enterprises are investing are mobile security/mobile device management, BYOD policy development and mobilizing business apps, according to Joe Pappano, president of IBM's MDM firm MaaS360 by Fiberlink.

Mobile devices are weakest link in large enterprise security, survey finds

Two-thirds of large enterprises believe that mobile devices are the weakest link in their security framework, according to a survey by Loudhouse Research on behalf of enterprise mobility firm BlackBerry.

Spotlight: WhatsApp adds encryption feature for Android users

WhatsApp, the popular messaging service acquired by Facebook for $22 billion, has added end-to-end encryption for some mobile users, reports Threatpost.

'Masque' attack replaces legitimate iOS apps with data-stealing imposters, warns FireEye

The "Masque" attack could replace legitimate iOS apps with malware-laden apps, resulting in possible theft of passwords, emails and other sensitive data, warns security firm FireEye.

News Scan: New job studies paint a brighter IT hiring picture; More organizations worry about mobile security breaches; More

The top news stories for Nov. 10, 2014.

Mobile security market to increase 25% per year, fueled by increasing threats

Mobile device security software market is forecast by Infonetics Research to increase at a 25 percent compound annual growth rate, topping $4 billion by 2018. This growth will be fueled increasing number of threats to mobile devices, particularly those running Android.