When it comes to cloud data protection, it's not just credit card numbers that need protecting, it's also the data that represents a majority of your company's value: your intellectual property.
Researchers from Quick Heal Security Labs discovered a new family of ransomware that spreads via spam emails and appends the extension ".Armage" to all files it encrypts.
Cloud gaming service Steam pulled a game from its library on July 30 after users reported that it was actually a cryptojacking scam.
Security remains the primary concern for many CIOs in adopting hybrid IT and cloud technologies as they pursue application modernization.
As cloud adoption increases, the IT skills gap widens and the threat landscape becomes more sophisticated, innovations in SIEM technology will revolutionize the way SOCs perform security analytics.
As the threat landscape expands — and IT skills grow increasingly scarce — many security leaders don't know how to get the most out of their security information and event management (SIEM) solution.
By investing in IDaaS capabilities, organizations can free themselves from the burdens of infrastructure support and specialized staffing required to operate common on-premises solutions.
At the May 2018 IBM Security Summit in London, industry experts discussed how organizations could transform their business by developing a formal strategy for cloud security.
While blockchain technology holds promise for cloud security, it's not the singular missing link. To ensure data privacy, blockchain must be properly integrated with existing apps and services.
An investment in IDaaS solutions can help organizations overcome common cloud identity challenges related to infrastructure support, specialized staffing, consistent deployments and maintenance.