Despite a lack of appropriate visibility and control measures in place, cloud-based HR applications are now the most highly used cloud applications across organisations, with 139 such apps being used by organisations on average.
Some 78 percent of organisations polled The Thales 2018 Data Threat Report plan on increasing their IT security spending in 2018, up from 73 percent globally in 2017, and including nearly 86 percent of US organisations.
Event anomalies can be an indicator of attack, but they can also just be an IT problem. New research suggests the latter might be more common than you think.
The not for profit bug bounty hunters of Open Bug Bounty recently announced its number of recorded bug bounties had reached 100,000 and it had completed the revision of its internal process to comply with ISO 29147 standards.
With enterprises struggling with a massive shortage of experienced cyber-security professionals, today's CISOs are placing more faith in machine learning which they believe will be important to their IT security functions.
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.
96 percent of organisations were targeted by Business Email Compromise (BEC) attacks in the second half of 2017, primarily because such attacks did not include malicious payloads or attachments.
To realise the full benefits of a hybrid IT, organisations need comprehensive monitoring solution & foundational skills like DART (discover, alert, remediate, and troubleshoot) & SOAR (secure, optimise, alert, and report) frameworks.
IT decision makers across Europe are worried about how many organisations can access their personal data and have low levels of trust in the IT security capabilities of their industry peers.
Organisations experience a critical IT incident five times per month, with each costing £108,000, according to a new report based on a study conducted by research firm Quocirca on behalf of big-data company Splunk.
Phil Codd says software failures caused US$ 1.1 tn losses to businesses in 2016, demonstrating that it is time to pay attention to the main causes of IT system failures or risk financial loss and reputational damage.
Ransomware: "what are your IT team and 3rd party suppliers doing about it?" asks Ken Gilmour. Do they have back-up processes that isolates business critical data for fast recovery? Are they responsive when it comes to patching?
Vidar Hedtjarn Swaling, analyst for the societal security and safety department at the Swedish Defence Research Agency announced his department's research into how ageing is regarded, and dealt with, in the area of industrial control systems.
Eddie Bauer is the latest in an alarmingly long, and growing, list of data breach victims hit by PoS malware
Rick Orloff highlights the importance of trust between IT and employees, and how to restore it in the wake of the current cyber-crime climate, including communicating that you understand user concerns..
Russia has officially proposed it join forces with France and Germany to design new IT security technologies that could be used in the fight against international terrorists.
A global study by Iron Mountain and PwC that surveyed 1,800 senior business leaders in Europe and North America shows that just 46 percent of senior executives are allowed access to valuable company information.