Is your data safe from motivated cyber criminals? CIO Magazine boldly stated that companies that can't or won't pay big money for top-level security talent run the risk of joining the ranks of Target, Home Depot, and many other big brands that have suffered from damaging security breaches.
Technology, IT services, and providers are constantly changing in today's marketplace. It's hard to keep up with the latest news. Here are a few notable articles to keep you up to date on the latest news in Data Center, Cloud, Security, Tech Transformation, and more.
WannaCry is the most severe malware attack this year, and the spread of this troubling ransomware is far from over.
Last week StrataCore and the Seattle SIM co-hosted an IT executive panel discussion on the topic of where to put your infrastructure.
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In 2016 we saw some of the worst data breaches in US History including high-profile victims, such as LinkedIn and Yahoo.
The organizational friction between a business need to rapidly innovate.
Deep Dive: Data Breach - Is it Already Too Late?
As cyberattacks grow more and more sophisticated, IT security has become an arms race with businesses scrambling to keep up with the latest attack method. In a response to this trend, security providers are increasing the sophistication of their solutions, and in some cases acquiring other security specialist companies in order to expand their offering. The managed security sector will continue to see fast-paced growth, valued at $14.3B in 2014 with expected growth to $31.9B by 2019.
The recent decision made by the European Court of Justice to invalidate a major, 15 year-old data-sharing agreement sent shock waves across the Atlantic. American companies like Facebook, Google, and Twitter that have historically transmitted information between the US and Europe may be prohibited from doing so in the future.
An organization’s cybersecurity policy and controls must be created so they are easily adaptable to new emerging threats.
It’s not a matter of if, but when we hear about the next big data breach revelation.