IT professionals must ask themselves tough questions about security to protect their organizations' critical data and hybrid cloud workloads.
Shadow IT is still a challenge for organizations. Security leaders should provide users with the tools they need and monitor unsanctioned use carefully.
Security operations are moving to the cloud, and IT managers are finding ways to support the use of a broad range of business applications on demand.
With cloud-based resources becoming an integral part of the enterprise, it's time for security leaders to recognize the best ways to protect these assets.
Researchers at Graz University of Technology in Austria developed a novel SGX malware attack that can extract an RSA key in under five minutes.
Companies all over the world are beginning to recognize the potential of hybrid cloud to deliver opportunities for innovation and revenue growth.
When moving data and services to the cloud, IT leaders must implement cloud security measures at every step of the complex migration process.
It's critical to protect sensitive cloud-based data using encryption while it is being stored, and to delete it securely at the end of its life cycle.
A recent study revealed that security professionals face a new kind of shadow IT due to the widespread migration of custom apps to the cloud.
The phishing attack is still fraudsters' favorite trick. Researchers recently observed new phishing campaigns aimed at cloud storage services.