Cybercriminals have been launching attacks against our people, networks, and services for decades with varying success. So, the need to realign our defences to meet the demands of evolving threats is nothing new.
CISOs have faced a broad and varied set of challenges in recent years. Remote environments, increasingly sophisticated threats and expanding supply chains are just some of the many concerns keeping them up at night.
A lack of visibility makes it nearly impossible to protect an organization against attack. If you can't see what's lurking in the dark corners of your environment, all you can do is react instead of actively identifying and mitigating risks. But some technologies can help with threat visibility.
By deploying in the cloud with a search-powered solution delivered on a single platform, we’ve been able to do things in multiple ways, adjust course, and be responsive to the business. We have more choices to drive better solutions.
Less than 20% of enterprise data is finding its way into applications that provide actionable insights for businesses, estimates guest Boris Evelson, vice president and principal analyst at Forrester. There are “a lot of opportunities for all of us,” he said.
Adopting hybrid or public clouds remains IT’s go-to means of achieving scale. While this transformation has improved price performance and advanced tech-driven business capabilities, including faster and deeper data insights, it hasn’t always engendered greater customer trust.
Detecting and responding to cyberthreats is challenging for any organization, but even more so for small security teams. MDR services make threat monitoring and response attainable for any team. Adding a third-party MDR service might be the right choice for your organization.
With breaches on the rise and the average cost of a healthcare breach reaching a staggering $10.1 million in 2022, third-party risk management is a growing concern in the healthcare industry. Venminder CEO James Hyde offers tips on reducing risk exposure from vendor relationships.
Although small to medium enterprises - SMEs - do not have the security resources larger enterprise possess, they face the same risks. Here are five reasons you should consider consolidating your tech as you strive to find an effective, sustainable security stack that also keeps costs in check.
Hackers can strike any industry, but there has been an alarming increase in targeted and successful cyberattacks in healthcare. Now, more than ever, it's essential that your healthcare organization is prepared and has strategies in place for managing data breaches. Here are seven strategies to use.
For many brands, especially large enterprises with a substantial online presence, it is important to be able to have eyes all over the internet in order to properly mitigate the effects of external elements on their brand’s reputation.
Experiencing an attack is only a matter of time. Most organizations are unaware when a breach is made, and threats go undetected for months at a time due to a global lack of visibility, especially when it concerns endpoints. But there are X5 firewall practices to prevent a data breach.