While 95% of businesses are making multi-cloud a strategic priority in 2022 with security being top of mind (96%), only 54% feel highly confident that they have the tools or skills they need to execute, Valtix research reveals.
It’s vital for C-suites to include cybersecurity as part of their capital planning. And the key to that is determining what “just enough security” is for the organization to meet its business goals. What’s the best way to determine how much security is “just enough”?
New research released by CyberArk reveals that organizations continue to operate with limited visibility into user activity and sessions associated with web applications, despite the ever-present risk of insider threats and credential theft.
Eclypsium has discovered four vulnerabilities that impact 128 Dell device models, and an estimated 30 million individual devices, that allow threat actors to remotely execute code in a pre-boot environment, according to new research released today.
High-performing security organizations driving dramatic and substantive change, and reaping the benefits of going “all in” on cloud
June 11, 2021
Devo Technology announced the results of a report assessing the current state and pace of change with regards to enterprise cloud transformation initiatives and the ramifications on teams running a Security Operations Center (SOC).
We have come to a point in the world where IT is being called upon more than ever due to the surge in remote work and technology’s increasingly significant role in driving business direction. The pandemic disruption has increased internal-control risks, leaving every business to adapt and have an increased focus on the overall technology vulnerabilities. To accomplish all they need to keep their organization secure, IT departments have been brought to the realization that they must prioritize building trust among their business partners – but that trust doesn’t happen in a flip of a switch, there’s a variety of steps both parties have to take in order to reach the light at the end of the tunnel.
Tinder becomes first dating app to be recognized for comprehensive information security practices in accordance with internationally accepted standards
February 9, 2021
Tinder, the world’s most popular app for meeting new people, has achieved certification for its Information Security Management System (ISMS) under the ISO/IEC 27001:2013 standard following an extensive impartial external audit — becoming the first app in its category to achieve a certification decision for this globally recognized security standard.