Here are three ways to improve the security of mobile applications for the new remote and hybrid (in and out of office) workforce.
To alleviate users’ distrust of the cloud, software developers need to take active measures to boost and maintain the security of their apps.
For security teams to ensure their data is secure, they need to adopt practices that make their data one of their best lines of defense, as opposed to the last line of defense.
Disaster recovery plans aren’t sufficient to protect cloud-based data against ransomware and malware attacks. Robust cyber recovery programs are required.
Here's how a software-defined perimeter addresses the primary pain point of those who use a VPN for WFH (work from home) network access.
Most organizations should be taking additional steps to protect data, networks, endpoints, and assets.
Mobile developers have looked towards DevSecOps to seamlessly close the security risk gap without introducing cumbersome security processes.
Research identifies the impact cyberattacks have on this industry and the help they need to mitigate them.
Customers depend on developers to protect the devices and data used on their front lines.
Take advantage of a model that enhances security and user experiences.
Cloud Security Notification Framework (CSNF) Seeks to Standardize Security Notifications from Cloud Providers
Lack of control is holding cloud consumption back — successful development of the CSNF will break down those barriers.
Keeping up with regulatory IT compliance and managing cyber risks are challenges when migrating workloads to the cloud.
Here's why Kubernetes is an effective platform to bring together development and operations for end-to-end security.
Reduce the risk of attackers accessing critical systems and sensitive data and prevent harmful and wrongful acts from occurring.
The SolarWinds hack was complex and expansive, potentially impacting thousands of businesses and organizations—including yours.