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Contents MAY/JUNE 2012


SPOTLIGHT ON CYBER-TERRORISM 14


Critical Infrastructure Mania What do classic Beatles songs and protecting critical infrastructure have in common? Come join Fred Donovan on this ‘Magical Mystery Tour’ to find out


20 A Very Civil War Is China conducting a silent electronic war with the US? Sure, says Danny Bradbury – but so is everyone else


32 Watching Big Brother State-level censorship of the internet is becoming more common and easier to achieve. But it’s not only the populations of undemocratic countries who should be worried, finds Jim Mortleman


36 Security’s Alleged Disappearing Act Recent acquisitions in the market have given rise to the notion of embedded security, rather than security as an add-on layer. But as Wendy M. Grossman discovers, this is only one of many trends shaping the future of data protection


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Building a Resilient Cyber Response When it comes to cyber attacks, a carefully formulated response may be just as critical as efforts to prevent them. The Information Security Forum’s Michael de Crespigny says resilience is the key when defenses fail


FEATURES 28


40 Safe and Secure Online: Make It Count Summary: Tim Wilson of (ISC)2 and the NHS explains the dangers children face online, and how information security professionals can help


REGULARS 4 EDITORIAL


Battling the Underground World of Cybercrime The black market of cybercrime can be unruly and often unreachable. Ted Kritsonis examines what modern-day versions of Eliot Ness are doing to confront the situation


6 NEWS FEATURE Drew Amorosi culls together the best of Infosecurity Europe 2012


10 INTERVIEW Eleanor Dallaway sits down with Michael de Crespigny of the Information Security Forum


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