With more businesses turning to SaaS and cloud-based systems, CIOs often lack a proper understanding of the organization's application portfolio.
Despite its many cost and efficiency benefits, adopting SaaS can introduce new security issues if not managed and tested according to best practices.
When migrating security to the cloud, IT managers must measure the complete total cost of ownership, which includes tangible and intangible costs.
As providers continue to evolve and differentiate from one another, consumers must ask the right questions when shopping for a cloud security solution.
When adopting PaaS solutions, IT leaders must consider the many security concerns that arise when data is stored and shared using cloud services.
Companies around the world must review the processes by which they collect and store personal data to prepare for the upcoming GDPR compliance regulations.
According to a recent cybersecurity survey, companies are losing confidence in their ability to assess security risks and mitigate threats.
IT decentralization can enable businesses to boost responsiveness and launch new services more quickly, but it can also create a lack of accountability.
An integrated security immune system can help IT teams cope with the evolving threat landscape that is outpacing traditional solutions.
Few truly understand how spam filters work, but nearly every internet user benefits from the security they provide on a daily basis.