Friday Five: 10/24 Edition



Your weekly roundup of information security news.

Happy Friday! This week’s Friday Five brings the hottest items from the IT and security presses. Enjoy!

  1. Insider Threats & Human Behavior—great piece from Dark Reading.
  2. Not Surprising: Even when using IT-approved file sharing services, people are over-sharing sensitive data.
  3. Cloudy without a Chance of Cybersecurity Legislation: ThreatPost breaks down the status.
  4. iCloud Being Attacked from Chinese Big Brother via Computerworld.
  5. Interested in John Kindervag of Forrester’s take on the best approach to security? Check this out.
Cheri Keith

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