The pandemic has accelerated digital transformation for many organizations. Global remote work and increased digital interactions means an exponential growth in digital footprint for individuals, as well as corporations. Having to store, process and move this much data quickly into the cloud and manage the expanded digital footprint requires agility of decision making and security and privacy by design implementation and operation.
The IoT security bill is a step in the right direction, as it addresses one of the biggest gaps in software security overall -- generating awareness. But, as the use of connected devices continues to exponentially grow over time, we must ask ourselves: is it enough? Let’s explore.
LexisNexis Risk Solutions released its biannual Cybercrime Report covering July 2020 through December 2020, which details how the evolving threat landscape created new opportunities for cybercriminals around the world, particularly as they targeted new online users.
The field of executive protection has been expanding and redefining itself in real-time. Today, executive protection has advanced far beyond securing locations and bodies in the physical realm to also safeguarding online identities and reputations in the digital realm.
In legal professions, safeguarding documents and paperwork is an essential office task. These papers may contain important, private information about a company’s operations, or they may include other privileged information shared by clients concerning their cases. In an increasingly digital world, the lock and key of the filing cabinet are no longer enough to guarantee document security. How can your practice better protect the digital files it stores? Take a moment to consider these six tips for implementing better security surrounding these important documents.
What is causing digital fraud to rise year over year? From current trends and consumer attitudes to technological enhancements and more sophisticated tactics, let’s take a look at the top nine reasons digital fraud is rapidly increasing:
Dell Technologies' third biennial Digital Transformation Index details how organizations are accelerating digital transformation projects amidst unprecedented uncertainty; 4,300 business leaders in 18 countries weigh in
November 4, 2020
Dell Technologies released results from a global study that shows organizations are shifting their digital transformation programs into high gear and are on the path to accomplish in a few months what would normally have taken them years. The findings, updated biennially in the Dell Technologies' Digital Transformation Index (DT Index), indicate organizations are accelerating transformational technology programs during the global COVID-19 pandemic.
SafeGuard Cyber announced the results of a new survey of 600 senior enterprise IT and security professionals. The study revealed the need to harden unconventional attack vectors in cloud, mobile, and social media technologies. Moreover, enterprise organizations are juggling the twin demands of budget constraints and the need to drive business outcomes.
Any apparent election interference from countries like Iran and Russia is typically met with partisan posturing. But while politicians are busy debating which candidate might benefit, there’s a good chance that someone, somewhere, is trying the same thing again right now.
Foreign interference like the recent incident announced by the U.S. Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe is more common than ever because no online data is completely safe from hackers, and digital data is valuable for what it reveals.
A new global study by the Economist Intelligence Unit and TransUnion has overwhelmingly found the key to whether or not companies go out of business hinges on providing consumers friction-right digital transactions. Nearly 85% of global executives surveyed as part of the study said they believe smooth digital transactions are “essential to business survival” rather than merely a competitive edge.