There are many unique challenges involved with securing cloud services. First, data and applications in the cloud are distributed across many services and platforms; each with its own unique set of capabilities, logs and users.
The implementation of a secured perimeter and internal firewall network architecture and conducting Vulnerability Assessments and Penetration Tests (VAPT) are often seen as enough to protect critical business information and guard against unexpected cybersecurity threats. However, as we will discover and despite this approach being a good start, there is substantially more to information security than firewalls and VAPT.
For many children, the excitement of being at school is tempered by caution and worry. While active shooter incidents grab headlines and are terrifying, school bullying is occurring both on and off school campuses every day.
The data analysis best practices from years past are not irrelevant; in the Loss Prevention world, we’re simply able to build on them to keep getting better at reducing fraud and shrinkage within operations. How can Artificial Intelligence take the efforts of your best talent and your Business Intelligence plan and help make them better?
There are few industries where the cybersecurity stakes are higher than in the healthcare space, with medical organizations running the risk of life-threatening disruptions at the hands of malicious actors.
Increasing a business’ digital competence is a need that’ll never go away; continual transformation is required to be competitive in the market. So much hinges on getting digital right that entire new disciplines and executive roles are springing up, including the Chief Digital Officer and Chief Transformation Officer. Change makes many people uncomfortable, but it’s a necessity.
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.