We live in a social world, but should our businesses?
In The News
By Microsoft Security & Zscaler
Businesses are as much at risk from human error as from threat actors. Typos, configuration errors, and other human errors can lead to disaster on the same scale as any modern cyberthreat.
Event logs register information about software and hardware events that occur in a system, and they are a key weapon in the arsenal of computer security teams.
Today, CISOs face three primary challenges that prevent them from optimally protecting their organizations.
Effective cybersecurity relies only in part on technology. Even as tools and systems become more powerful, avoiding security mishaps is still largely dependent on people doing the right thing.
A report released today by Big Four accounting firm KPMG found that large majorities of the American public are highly concerned about the security of their personal data, and that US companies aren’t helping matters by ramping up their collection of that data.
In today’s digital era, customers expect information, resources, and services to be readily available from anywhere in the world.
We certainly live in interesting times. Technology has been an enabler and has leveled the playing field for so many companies around the world, giving them the ability to compete against companies hundreds of times their size.
It’s not just retailers looking forward to the holiday shopping season; it’s also a time of plenty for cunning cybercriminals.
Mean time to resolve (MTTR) isn’t a viable metric for measuring the reliability or security of complex software systems and should be replaced by other, more trustworthy options.
F5 on Thursday announced the launch of F5 Distributed Cloud Services App Infrastructure Protection (AIP), expanding its SaaS-based security portfolio.