Liviu Arsene discusses how organisations can best protect hybrid cloud environments from blitzkrieg attacks.
Vidya Vasu explores how the third digital revolution will impact the work of sysadmins, as well as the continuation of the cloud in the workplace amongst other predictions.
A survey of 400 CIOs of large organisations in the US, UK and Germany finds majority fear they're fighting a losing battle, says company promoting micro-virtualisation as a new approach to security.
Technology in development that is designed to stop malicious hypervisors from reading and writing protected data in virtualised environments may not work as intended, researchers say.
Microsoft has announced it is to harden the Edge browser for enterprise users.
Finding the right partner is the key to making cloud use secure for your organisation says Kevin Patel.
Over half (53 percent) of companies have at least one instance of Windows Server 2003 still running even though its end of life (EOL) date passed on 14 July 2015.
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.
We still need the functionality of traditional protections - at least in part - but the manner of deployment is quite different.
CrowdStrike security researchers have discovered a zero-day affecting virtual machines, dubbed 'Venom', which could allow an attacker to "escape out of the virtual machine and execute code on the host with full privileges", thus putting data centres potentially in danger.
Flexible working can bring security pitfalls, according to Imation's Nick Banks.
A 21-year-old UK man was charged with two counts of unauthorised computer access after pleading guilty to hacking RuneScape gaming accounts
SafeNet has launched what it calls the 'first crypto hypervisor' that aims to solve key management issues.
Last week I met with a new company to the UK, who offered the above guarantee which I suspect may raise more than a few eyebrows.
There remains a shortage of programme testing and recovery plans to protect data in virtualised cloud environments
Virtualisation and the cloud are bringing greater flexibility, agility and capabilities to users - but very little has been done to test data recovery plans.