To best manage mobile security within your enterprise, you need to maintain balance between technology, enterprise and user responsibilities.
If you accept that 5G technology comes with three inherent challenges — manageability, the supply chain and usage — then the endpoint protection challenge makes a whole lot more sense.
The rollout of 5G technology could forever change how we manage mobile security, posing an entirely new set of risks we have not handled before.
Effective threat management requires security teams to combine various sources of security analytics with machine-generated data to investigate incidents with speed and accuracy.
While smartphones and tablets have become more ubiquitous in the workplace, organizations are flat out ignoring mobile security risks.
We can probably all agree that securing the devices on our networks is a fair definition of endpoint security. But within this traditional definition, what, really, is the endpoint of today?
If your vulnerability management tools do not report on your company's patch posture, you may be missing crucial holes in your software that are ripe for exploitation.
The car of today — and especially tomorrow — relies on countless lines of software code to get those wheels moving, a reality that has placed increasing importance on automotive cybersecurity.
Without security awareness training, security will not be front of mind for your end users — but that doesn't mean that companies with formal programs are effectively engaging their employees.
The lure of social media is too much to fight against. Instead of pushing back, we need to work with what we've got and do our best to educate employees about potential social media attacks.