Despite the risks quantum computing might pose to organizations, this emerging technology also promises to enhance cybersecurity capabilities such as SIEM, incident response and data protection.
The 2018 Cost of a Data Breach Study from Ponemon Institute reveals that the total cost, per-capita cost and average size of a data breach have all increased year over year.
Organizations can significantly reduce the risk and cost of ransomware recovery by investing in cloud data protection tools that feature file and object store encryption capabilities.
Object stores are inexpensive and scalable, but how can you be sure your CSP will properly handle your encryption keys? How can you maintain the flexibility to switch CSPs if necessary?
According to a recent study, just 1 percent of U.S. media companies reported high levels of confidence in their ability to withstand a variety of media security attacks.
Nearly half of organizations have an enterprise encryption strategy that is applied consistently across the entire organization, a recent survey revealed, continuing a 13-year upward trend.
Cisco's "2018 Annual Cybersecurity Report" found that burst attacks, cryptoworms and mobile threats are among security professionals' top concerns in 2018.
Quantum computing will introduce new risks in the coming decades, but it also has the potential to revolutionize the way organizations safeguard business-critical and personal data.
CyberEdge's new cyberthreat defense report revealed that the volume of overall breaches is in decline even as cloud-based threats and the IT skills gap put pressure on security teams.
Researchers from MIT and Harvard University developed a system to enforce private browsing protections without any help from the user's web browser.