Enterprises across the globe are now investing heavily in licensing and deployment of endpoint security solutions to protect their IT systems but fail to spot hidden costs of human skills and effort required.
Enterprises are developing and using enterprise applications on a large scale for various purposes, but a lack of encryption, coupled with serious security flaws in such applications, is also rendering enterprises vulnerable.
Dave Schuette discusses how and why security, contextuality and productivity make up the foundation of a successful mobility strategy and how these fit into the enterprise mobility maturity model.
On average, a single cyber-security incident now costs large businesses US $861,000 (£652,000). Meanwhile, small and medium businesses (SMBs) pay $86,500 (£65,500).
As cyber-attacks on UK companies continue to hit new heights, some industry bods are surprised, not at how high the numbers are, but how low.
Security is at the front of business leaders' minds when thinking about implementing IoT solutions to their businesses says a new report from Webroot and IO.
An exploit has been found in Microsoft's Outlook email suite that can infect a machine by simply having a special email format viewed by the end user.
A prediction by Gartner foresees that 6.4 billion connected things will be globally in use in 2016 and will reach 20.8 billion by the year 2020.
Dropbox has made six major announcements intended to consolidate its role in the market
RSA president Amit Yoran, speaking at the RSA Middle East conference, set out his tips for shifting the cyber-security industry's mindset toward data protection.
New research claims to show that enterprises are seeing around 18.5 per cent - that's almost one in five units - of their corporate devices being infected , suggesting a major rise in successful infections by malware and other electronic trickery.
The Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend is already entrenched in many businesses, but some IT departments are trying to regain control - and security - by opting for Choose Your Own Device (CYOD) instead.
Speakers at this week's RSA Conference in San Francisco stressed that the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend is changing - not ending.
Corporate Android mobile phone users are warned that potentially billions of apps running on these devices could be hijacked by attackers using a vulnerability first highlighted over two years ago.
Enterprise mobility adoption is on the upswing in the UK and Europe, but serious concerns linger on security and privacy.
McAfee CTO Raj Samani advises companies to secure the business data before the device being used to access the information.
CESG, the Information Security Arm of GCHQ, has released new security guidance for more than ten different end user devices to ensure they are configured and used in the most efficient way compatible with meeting security demands.
Fortinet has launched a new network security appliance for enterprises and managed security service providers (MSSPs).