A recent survey revealed the most common data security issues as reported by IT pros — and also the cost of data loss to a company.
As Nasdaq learned an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, and when you fail to take precautions, in certain instances it can prove not only embarrassing, but costly too.
As more companies develop mobile apps to access enterprise systems, experts say it’s imperative to get issues like security architecture taken care of early on, allowing you to build apps on top of that system.
Some IT departments have decided that the best defense against hackers could be a good offense, and deceiving hackers is one thing, but outright attacking them is another altogether.
Last week’s security breach at LinkedIn was exacerbated by reportedly sloppy security techniques with stored passwords, which allowed hackers to grab millions of them.
When hackers brought down web security service Cloudflare last week, a post mortem by the company showed the hackers exploited four unrelated vulnerabilities, proving just how relentless hackers can be when getting into a system.
Network breaches are not only embarrassing, they can cost you big money in fines, and even worse, a big hit to your reputation.
What do you do when hackers steal valid credentials to get inside your firewall? You need more sophisticated threat detection that looks for anomalies such as an unusual location.
Life used to be a lot simpler for IT. Everyone used Windows PCs and applications, but today employees are interacting with a variety of devices and different approaches to software, and you need to find a way to manage this new environment.
Giving IT Pros remote access to the data center for monitoring means they are freed up to live their lives off hours, but you have balance the convenience with security concerns.