For enterprises to implement cloud technology successfully, the C-Suite and IT teams need to work closely to coordinate and deliver a wide range of as-a-service technical offerings. How can enterprises increase the relationship between the board and tech teams and help to develop a prosperous, collaborative partnership?
Cybersecurity can be a scary beast for any organization of any size. The stakes are high. The adversaries are sly. The landscape is always shifting.These challenges can be especially significant for small and medium-sized businesses that have limited resources in capital and specialized expertise.
Law firms, their clients and all organizations face a volatile insider threat landscape, exacerbated by emerging technologies, interconnected and mobile devices, and new and evolving privacy regulations such as the GDPR and CCPA.
There are many resources, techniques and practices that are no-cost or low-cost that houses of worship and faith-based communities can employ to protect their staff, community and their infrastructure.
Despite being one continent, the countries within Africa are far from unified. Since apartheid, South Africa has been isolated from its neighbors and other countries across the continent, who made sacrifices to support the liberation movement.
Recently, this separation from the continent and its people has escalated to violence against foreign nationals from elsewhere in Africa.
Thanks to advancements in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) in the area of cybersecurity, small businesses and enterprise-level companies can stay focused and maintain a high level of digital trust from their customers while keeping overhead costs in check.
The volume and profile of data breaches are not only growing — they’re accelerating. In just one year, from 2018 to 2019, reported breaches jumped 54 percent. The first half of 2019 alone saw more than 4.1 billion compromised records due to hackers and poor security practices.
The proliferation of technology in our social fabric has made consumer data ever more accessible to companies, making data security a growing concern. According to a poll conducted by Polling the Nations, 92 percent of respondents wanted the Federal Government to put in a great deal of effort to combat cybersecurity threats. How then, is the government responding?
What will you do when disaster strikes? How will you provide safety and security to your employees and facilities in the event of a natural or man-made catastrophe? What critical systems do you need to shut down during a cyberattack? Early minutes or seconds can make a difference between survival or disaster.
Security can take multiple forms. There’s physical security, cybersecurity, and of course, security as it relates to workplace safety. It’s unethical to knowingly put employee and/or client lives on the line. Negligence can cost organizations a pretty penny in court, and especially in the wake of the mass shootings that have occurred in current and former places of employment this year, workplace violence is an issue that can’t be taken lightly.