Organizations around the world are embracing the benefits of shifting their workloads, apps, and services to Amazon Web Services (AWS®) and other popular cloud infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) providers. Gartner® predicts that of the global enterprises already using cloud today, over half will have an all-in approach to the cloud by 2021.
An organization cannot achieve cybersecurity readiness without a comprehensive understanding of its most important information assets, how its information systems and networks operate, how its information systems support business operations, and what information is moving in, out and through its networks.
Robust security programs are more accessible, affordable, and capable than ever before, helping confront a deluge of new regulations and cyber threats. While most midsize enterprises have conventional firewalls and intrusion detection products in place, countless others have eschewed more robust security solutions and services. They’ve justified their hands-off approach with a variety of misconceptions and excuses.
There are many factors that contribute to securing a cloud environment, and many potential liabilities that could derail a cloud planning process. To help establish and maintain a safe cloud environment,this e-guide to advise how to best manage risks and understand the concept of “acceptable” levels of risks, for example network interception.
Investigation and rapid response is critical for day-to-day alert handling, routine “hunting,” as well as, investigation of a breach situation. In all of the security scenarios, performing the task to quickly respond and understand the context is critical. The faster a threat and its impact can be detected and investigated, the faster a decision can be made on the impact and the appropriate course of action initiated, and the less likely an attack will impact an organization.
Today’s IT and business managers must take a hard look at the risks and costs of potential data loss. Creating a proactive data security plan arms you with the knowledge you need to manage the risk and helps you to stay compliant with data protection rules and regulations.
An organization cannot achieve cybersecurity readiness without a comprehensive understanding of its most important information assets, how its information systems and networks operate, how its information systems support business operations, and what information is moving in, out and through its networks. Discover the 7 elements of cybersecurity readiness your organization needs to possess for a high degree of situational awareness into network operations and network utilization.
In a world in which digital transformation is key it can be difficult for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) to keep up – and harder still to get ahead, especially when everything is moving forward except budgets.
Whether you’re a business looking to house your servers in a robust external facility, or a managed service provider seeking a base from which to run your services, your choice of data centre is a crucial one that mustn’t be entered into lightly. Here we set out 10 questions to ask of any colocation service provider you may be considering.
We know you’re tired of reading about the cyber skills gap; many organizations are obviously facing challenges in recruiting, skilling, and retaining security professionals. We haven’t written this cheat sheet to tell you what you already know. Instead, we will outline a realistic strategy for workforce-wide cyber skills development, focusing on the solution, not just the problem.