Nigel Hawthorn discusses the IT skills crisis and the five skills that will become vital to businesses operating in the cloud
Finding the right partner is the key to making cloud use secure for your organisation says Kevin Patel.
Enterprises are using 20 times more cloud apps than IT estimates, with most using an average of 841 across their extended networks.
Tony Anscombe discusses the biggest mistakes companies make when moving to the cloud and tips to reap the benefits
Cyber- criminals have noticed the lucrative opportunities for wrong-doing in leveraging cloud services and evolved new techniques to their benefit.
Nick Ioannou, head of IT for the Ratcliffe Groves Partnership, draws on his 26 years of experience in IT to claim using a combination of 26 different cloud based services means the company has IT power which could "compete with the big boys" in his industry.
British workers prefer putting their trust in a European Union (EU) state to store their data (40 percent) rather than their own country (38 percent) or those from outside the EU (22 percent).
The latest In Case You Missed It (ICYMI) looks at TeamViewer hijack; Intel's processor defence; 15 per sec cards cloned; Malware via Skype; Cloud apps not GDPR ready
Three quarters (75 percent) of cloud apps are not GDPR-ready as they lack key capabilities to ensure compliance. 11 percent of enterprises have sanctioned apps laced with malware, indicating that cloud apps are a growing and vulnerable threat vector.
Outsourcing data and services to the cloud makes good business sense provided your organisation takes steps to mitigate the inherent risks, according to one of the speakers at EuroCACS 2016.
The two year GDPR honeymoon period starts today - industry experts that spoke with SC are all urging business to, " take a hard look at how their data are shared and stored, focusing in particular on any cloud apps in use across the organisation."
Unauthorised cloud services are used by 70 percent of UK employees at work.
Third-party risks pose a "serious threat" to organisations but upper management may be able to curb the threat, according to a recent study.
Nearly 70 percent of high-ranking technology professionals believe that security will be less of an obstacle to greater cloud and software-defined data centre (SDDC) adoption by the end of 2016.
Intel Security today released a global report advocating the need for technology vendors to help businesses, governments and consumers understand the implications surrounding the growing adoption of the cloud.
Speaking at Cloud Expo Europe, David Cahill, security strategy and architecture manager at the Allied Irish Bank, shared the bank's journey to securing the cloud in the organisation.
The top 10 concerns that prevent enterprise businesses from moving their sensitive information to the cloud have been identified.
Endpoint security continues to be one of the weakest areas for organisations around the world and a key factor behind a large amount of data breaches.
Microsoft has rejected a request by the US government to hand over data the software giant holds in Ireland, claiming that the data in question doesn't belong to the company and raising questions of data jurisdiction.
The global cloud Identity and Access Management (IAM) market will be worth annual revenue of $2.8 billion (£1.9B) worldwide by the year 2020.
Oscar Arean predicts that 2016 will be the year that IT managers finally start to see more buy-in from the rest of the business when it comes to cyber-security.
We still need the functionality of traditional protections - at least in part - but the manner of deployment is quite different.
Cloudmark's new survey shows that spear-phishing is keeping IT pros up at night.
The adoption of cloud for important business applications is widespread in the UK, with almost 90 percent of UK organisations now using cloud services.
The new hackable Hello Barbie doll is giving a way into the minds of children.
Cloud services may be trendy but cyber-security professionals remain sceptical about them. However, panellists in a discussion were determined to shift their view.
Two-thirds of UK workers feel more defenceless against data hacks than they did a year ago.
Security is a reasonable concern when considering moving your IT services to the cloud, but four key questions can help you assess the risk, says Chris Pace.
Using individual user's behaviour patterns can identify both the individual and Bot activity to thwart RATs says Uri Rivner
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