Infosec Europe is always an interesting affair, drawing players big and small from the security community, government and wider industry to London's Earl's Court to talk security and issues affecting the sector.
This year was as busy as ever as the likes of security tycoon Eugene Kaspersky, Finnish white-hat Mikko Hypponen and the head of the Metropolitan Police Central eCrimes Unit meeting under one roof.
The V3 team's braved the showroom floor to bring you the top 10 biggest insights to come out of the conference to help you assess your security requirements for the years ahead.
10. The Apple App Store acclaimed decade's greatest security achievement
Apple is traditionally more famous for creating great smartphones, tablets and computers, not security.
Because of this we were surprised when Finnish security researcher Mikko Hypponen listed the Apple App Store as the biggest security achievement in the last 10 years during his Infosec Hall of Fame acceptance speech on Wednesday.
But after thinking about it, we quickly got Hypponen's point, after all when was the last time you heard about iOS malware, or a Trojanised app on Apple's App Store? The answer is never. In the entire six years the App Store has been operating not one incident has been reported.
This is because of the closed ecosystem approach Apple takes with its services. The company intentionally makes it so users can't change the software on their device and that any product launched on its platform must be checked and approved by the head office.
While some users will be put off by the closed approach, as noted by Hypponen, you have to give credit where its due and six years incident-free is impressive.
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