MetLife Stadium is one of the largest stadiums in the world, with an 82,500 seat capacity. This renowned venue caters to the densely populated New York City Tri-State area, as well as millions of tourists to the area each year, while maintaining the highest levels of security with sophisticated networks and applications in place.
The International Risk Management Institute (IRMI), defines “cyber liability” as “an insurance policy designed to provide coverage for consumers of technology services or products.”
It’s official: Cyber Monday online sales hit record $9.4 billion, according to data from Adobe Analytics. And so far, holiday shoppers have spent $81.5 billion online between Nov. 1 and Dec. 2, also according to Adobe.
As software-defined networks, software-designed real-time communications applications and SIP adoption continues to explode, hackers are preying on vulnerabilities some voice network operators didn’t realize they had.
The ten largest Communications Services Providers (CSPs) also operate Tier One networks and are the stewards of what some say is the most critical infrastructure in the world.
Cloud computing combines diverse networked devices and an array of services. While cloud service providers tout the simplicity and cost savings associated with moving to the cloud, the architecture of cloud computing creates new security headaches as the attack surface expands.
Despite the continued transformation to cloud services, enterprise IT and OT teams still believe security concerns are a major barrier to adoption.
Why PAM Is More Important Than Ever for Large Global Enterprises and Network Operators as Interconnections Explode
Equinix’s latest report, based on its annual Global Interconnection Index and published last month, predicts massive growth in the volume of data network interconnections, the traffic that flows through network intersections.
As Fintech Expands into New Technologies and Leveraging Cloud Solutions, Privileged Task Automation Will Scale Security While Reducing Risk
The global fintech market is expected to climb from an estimated $127 billion in 2018 to nearly $310 billion at a CAGR of 25% through 2022. With innovation thriving in every segment, from global payments to the adoption of crypto currencies, banks and other financial services companies are finding new ways to evolve, compete and grow.