Everyday activities, such as opening an email, clicking on a link in search engine results or just plugging in a printer, can lead to a security incident or data loss.
According to recent research, open source vulnerabilities rose by almost 50% in 2019 over the previous year.
Businesses need to overcome some major hurdles before they can securely take advantage of cloud solutions.
Collaboration tools that enable software developers to work at home may also be creating data security vulnerabilities. Balance continuing to innovate with protecting your business.
In the rush to take user-friendly mobile applications to market, many software developers are leaving their customers vulnerable to cyberattacks and data loss.
SD-WANs can help convenience stores tighten cybersecurity while still offering customers the accessibility and innovative shopping experiences they demand.
A cloud native approach changes how software is built, deployed, and run, which changes how systems need to be protected and tested.
Here are some tips to ensure your remote workers can continue to operate as usual in a secure manner.
Concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic are, understandably, distracting your users. Remind them that hackers, on the other hand, are laser-focused on their objectives.