Cybersecurity is failing due to ineffective technology

A failing cybersecurity market is contributing to ineffective performance of cybersecurity technology, a Debate Security research reveals. Based on over 100 comprehensive interviews with business and cybersecurity leaders from large enterprises, togeth… Continue reading Cybersecurity is failing due to ineffective technology

Cybercrime capitalizing on the convergence of COVID-19 and 2020 election

The cybersecurity challenges of the global pandemic are now colliding with the 2020 U.S. presidential election resulting in a surge of cybercrime, VMware research reveals. Attacks growing increasingly sophisticated and destructive As eCrime groups grow… Continue reading Cybercrime capitalizing on the convergence of COVID-19 and 2020 election

How tech trends and risks shape organizations’ data protection strategy

Trustwave released a report which depicts how technology trends, compromise risks and regulations are shaping how organizations’ data is stored and protected. Data protection strategy The report is based on a recent survey of 966 full-time IT professio… Continue reading How tech trends and risks shape organizations’ data protection strategy

Organizations with remote workforces need new security solutions

Remote work has left many organizations lagging in productivity and revenue due to remote access solutions. 19% of IT leaders surveyed said they often or always experience network performance and latency issues when using legacy remote access solutions… Continue reading Organizations with remote workforces need new security solutions

CISOs split on how to enable remote work

CISOs are conflicted about how their companies can best reposition themselves to address the sudden and rapid shift to remote work caused by the pandemic, a Hysolate research reveals. The story emerging from the data in the study is clear: COVID-19 has… Continue reading CISOs split on how to enable remote work

SecOps teams turn to next-gen automation tools to address security gaps

SOCs across the globe are most concerned with advanced threat detection and are increasingly looking to next-gen automation tools like AI and ML technologies to proactively safeguard the enterprise, Micro Focus reveals. Growing deployment of next-gen t… Continue reading SecOps teams turn to next-gen automation tools to address security gaps

Global adoption of data and privacy programs still maturing

The importance of privacy and data protection is a critical issue for organizations as it transcends beyond legal departments to the forefront of an organization’s strategic priorities. A FairWarning research, based on survey results from more th… Continue reading Global adoption of data and privacy programs still maturing

Most cybersecurity pros believe automation will make their jobs easier

Despite 88% of cybersecurity professionals believing automation will make their jobs easier, younger staffers are more concerned that the technology will replace their roles than their veteran counterparts, according to a research by Exabeam. Overall, … Continue reading Most cybersecurity pros believe automation will make their jobs easier

Cloud environment complexity has surpassed human ability to manage

IT leaders are increasingly concerned accelerated digital transformation, combined with the complexity of modern multicloud environments, is putting already stretched digital teams under too much pressure, a Dynatrace survey of 700 CIOs reveals. This l… Continue reading Cloud environment complexity has surpassed human ability to manage

Is the skills gap preventing you from executing your enterprise strategy?

As many business leaders look to close the skills gap and cultivate a sustainable workforce amid COVID-19, an IBM Institute for Business Value (IBV) study reveals less than 4 in 10 human resources (HR) executives surveyed report they have the skills ne… Continue reading Is the skills gap preventing you from executing your enterprise strategy?