Galen Gruman

Executive Editor for Global Content

Galen Gruman is executive editor for global content at IDG’s enterprise sites, providing overall management of the Africa, ASEAN, Australia, India, Middle East, and New Zealand editions of CIO, Computerworld, and CSO Online.

How Singapore security professionals responded to the COVID-19 crisis

How Australian IT security pros responded to the COVID-19 crisis

How Australian IT security pros responded to the COVID-19 crisis

Australian organisations fared better than their Asia-Pacific and global peers in many indicators, but Aussies also have lower expectations for IT and security investments, a survey finds.

How Australian, NZ firms have pivoted to address cyber security threats

How Australian, NZ firms have pivoted to address cyber security threats

Firms have made cyber security more strategic, but struggle to identify the key actual threats in a changing landscape

In scathing ruling, judge says Apple can't be forced to unlock iPhones

In scathing ruling, judge says Apple can't be forced to unlock iPhones

The government's legal position would lead to 'absurd' results and be unconstitutional if accepted, a federal judge rules

FBI, keep out! How to encrypt everything

FBI, keep out! How to encrypt everything

Encryption is a vital self-defense tool, so here's how to enable it on all your devices and computers running the major OSes

Mobile security: iOS vs. Android vs. BlackBerry vs. Windows Phone

Mobile security: iOS vs. Android vs. BlackBerry vs. Windows Phone

Android Marshmallow and iOS 9 add new tricks to the MDM arsenal, especially for app management

iOS 9 breaks VPNs, prevents server access for many

iOS 9 breaks VPNs, prevents server access for many

Cisco AnyConnect and other VPNs may or may not work for your servers, as Apple breaks split-tunnel compatibility

Mobile security: iOS vs. Android vs. BlackBerry vs. Windows Phone

Mobile security: iOS vs. Android vs. BlackBerry vs. Windows Phone

Google's Android for Work and Samsung's Knox promise serious security, but how does they stack up against Apple's iOS and the rest?

BYOD: IT Claims Security Fears but Blocks Angry Birds Instead

Zenprise survey of what policies businesses actually apply to smartphones and tablets yields surprising conclusions

SOPA on Hold, PIPA May Be Weakened As Congress Revisits the Bills

The House and Senate bills that would combat content piracy through new powers over on ISPs and websites may be succumbing to growing protests

Apple Co-Founder Steve Jobs has Died

The fierce force behind Apple's original innovation and its great comeback story has succumbed to cancer

Protect IPad Data Without Hobbling Users

Symantec plans to enable its data loss prevention server to work with iPads (even using iCloud) and, eventually, Android devices

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