Cloud solutions, the mobile workforce, the skills gap - these are among the security impacts that don't get enough attention when discussing digital transformation. David Ryder of Avast Business opens up on these topics.
Corporate security teams spend a large amount of their time and resources attempting to secure
their systems from outside cyberthreats - that is, from hackers who are external to the corporate
network. According to Verizon's 2019 Data Breach Investigations Report, almost 70% of confirmed
data breaches are...
Cyberattacks and data breaches cost the global
economy trillions of dollars annually, with some
forecasts estimating as much as $6 trillion annually by
To truly slow hackers down -- and to prevent
as much damage as possible before it ever happens
-- a more proactive approach to security is...
Despite the numbing buzz around artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML), it's more than abstract ideas and hypothetical applications. AI and ML are already powering tools that can give your business decision-making processes a massive upgrade. The technology is here, it's already proving itself in the...
IT monitoring technology is moving forward rapidly, thanks in large part to machine learning and predictive analytics. If you're still getting by with a legacy IT solution, you're missing out on a lot more than a shiny object. The benefits of a New IT approach are being proven every day.
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From protecting customer experience to preserving lines of revenue, IT operations teams are faced with increasingly complex responsibilities while being required to prevent outages that could harm the organization. Splunk IT Service Intelligence (ITSI) utilizes AI powered by machine learning to deliver a predictive IT...
In this exclusive one-on-one discussion, we will hear from Chris Calvert, Co-Founder and Product VP for Respond Software, to get his insights on:
Is AI falling short?
How do we successfully balance human and machine approaches to security?
How do we get on the right path?
Instead of proving a flash in the pan, enthusiasm for cryptocurrency has grown - and with it the associated fraud. Cyber criminals were quick to develop malware with the aim of stealing cryptocurrencies, with attackers finding ways to exploit the anonymity offered.
The Sophos 2020 Threat Report is out, and among the key findings: Ransomware attackers continue to leverage automated active attacks that can evade security controls and disable backups to do maximum damage in minimal time. John Shier of Sophos analyzes the trends that are most likely to shape the 2020 cybersecurity...
When large-scale data breaches started to proliferate more than a decade ago, security leaders called for end-to-end data encryption. But that approach no longer suffices, says First Data's Tim Horton, who calls for a new multilayered defense.
With the goal of becoming an international university XJTLU needed to ensure that their website was high performing and available for users anywhere in the world. However, with infrastructure focused on campus, access to XJTLU's site was intermittent and slow for off campus users. This poor performance was magnified...
In today's digital environment, protecting sensitive information and sales transaction data is of critical importance. Technology and advanced loyalty programs are driving the collection of additional data, causing consumers to pay more attention to the types of data they are willing to share with merchants.
A new defense company has been formed in United Arab Emirates, combining three government-owned and 22 independent companies in an effort to develop technologies to help thwart cyberattacks and repel military drones.
Telecommunications fraud continues to cost carriers and enterprises tens of billions of dollars per year. Bad actors often cover a broad set of call scenarios - from IP-PBX hacking, to subscription fraud, to Wangiri (one ring and cut) making it hard to detect and resolve.
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Facebook has revealed that, once again, it allowed third-party app developers to wrongfully gain access to its customers' private data. The company changed access for about 100 developers after the problem was discovered.