When evaluating cloud providers, it's important to understand who is responsible for cloud security. Since the lines are often blurred, encryption is imperative to keep your data from prying eyes.
Moving identity management processes to cloud IAM services introduces benefits such as cost-efficiency, flexibility, faster deployments and simplified operations.
Thanks to a wealth of new capabilities, security operations teams that leverage a cutting-edge SIEM platform are better armed to defend their organizations from advanced and insider threats.
Retail Cybersecurity Is Lagging in the Digital Transformation Race, and Attackers Are Taking Advantage
Retail cybersecurity requires a large-scale transition to cope with new threat vectors, close significant infrastructure gaps, and extend security protocols across new cloud and SaaS platforms.
"The Matrix" shows the damage that a rogue actor can cause by gaining privileged access to a digital environment. Privileged access management tools can help security teams keep their networks secure.
Designing a security operations center (SOC) is not as simple as setting and forgetting an SIEM solution. Security leaders must consider human factors, business needs, budgetary constraints and more.
Security teams need a single, scalable cloud solution that integrates seamlessly with a SIEM platform to identify shadow IT — and cut through the fog of cloud security.
Business leaders often rush to migrate corporate assets to cloud environments to boost productivity and lower costs, but adopting cloud services without proper oversight can put data at risk.
Cloud security must be a team effort between providers and customers. The distribution of responsibility depends on the cloud model.
According to the IBM X-Force Threat Intelligence Index for 2017, commercial malware made a notable comeback in 2016 and remains a top threat in 2017.