The biggest challenge in today’s multi-cloud world is not storing data or supporting applications but securing that data all along the “digital supply chain.”
Given the economics of the cloud, and the sense it makes to use different kinds of clouds for different applications, arguments to leverage cloud today are rock solid.
A report published by Cyber-Security Insiders revealed eye-opening responses from CSOs, CIOs and other executives in global enterprises.
IoT and Industrial IoT present the greatest network, data and application security challenges in recent history.
In fact, some experts believe that the business potential for the connected world is being held back due to security concerns, and rightfully so.
Ransomware is a troubling trend in the world of enterprise security.
When a computer in an enterprise is “infected” with ransomware, it automatically and persistently tries to jump other computers and propagate through the network.
The global telecom API market will grow at a CAGR of 24% from 2015 to 2022 and it is expected to reach US$325 Billion by 2022, according to a recent report by Market Research Engine.
As unprecedented growth in mobile data usage and number of connected machines to mobile networks continues, the development of fifth generation mobile communication technologies is going full speed ahead.
You think you have Privileged Access Management (PAM) covered – but are there key elements missing in the solution?
The future of securing network infrastructure, data, applications and the proliferation of devices enterprises need to secure is in automation.
We’re at a pivotal moment: automation should be a forethought, not an afterthought.