Lastline documents the pain data breaches cause security professionals.
Wipro has launched its first ‘State of Cybersecurity Report, 2017’ which highlights the macro, micro and meso environmental trends in cybersecurity in 2016 and imminent disruptions that can affect future trends.
Growth in worldwide cloud-based security services will remain strong, reaching $5.9 billion in 2017, up 21 per cent from 2016, according to Gartner, Inc. Overall growth in the cloud-based security services market is above that of the total information security market. Gartner estimates the cloud-based security services market will reach close to $9 billion by 2020.
Gartner has highlighted the top technologies for information security and their implications for security organisations in 2017.
Improving user experience providing Smart Cloud Single Sign-On (SSO) for authentication when defined by the access policy.
Over half say they would trust technology over humans as a way of avoiding mistakes.
New Privileged Account Management Module provides oversight and control for highly privileged access.
Proofpoint has published its annual Human Factor report findings, which detail that cyberattackers are relying more than ever on exploiting people instead of software flaws to install malware, steal credentials/confidential information, and transfer funds.
Alert Logic has published the results of a survey conducted amongst 317 security professionals in the UK, Benelux and Nordics, which reveal the latest data points and trends in cybersecurity.
The security software market is undergoing a dramatic transformation due to four key developments, according to Gartner, Inc. The use of advanced analytics, expanded ecosystems, adoption of software as a service (SaaS) and managed services, and the prospect of punitive regulations are causing enterprises to rethink their security and risk management software requirements and investments.
Report highlights the damaging impact of data breaches with share prices dropping an average of 5 per cent, customer churn increasing as much as 7 per cent and brand reputation severely tarnished.
Majority of respondents now view identity management as path forward.
Survey reveals that large numbers of U.K. and U.S. businesses overestimate their readiness to combat cybersecurity breaches, despite most reporting breaches in last 12 months.
Seed funding enables the start-up to tackle the biggest cyber threats to business: their own employees.
Nearly two-thirds of UK consumers say experiencing a data leak/breach would likely make them leave a brand.
One Identity is participating in the largest UK channel event of the year, “Plug in to Exertis” that takes place on 11th May at Twickenham Stadium. Patrick Hunter, sales engineering director, EMEA for One Identity will be on hand to deliver a presentation entitled GDPR – What does it mean to your customers in a bid to help the channel develop skills and expertise so they can advise clients and help solve the challenges of the impending EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Global benchmarking study gives visibility into the security infrastructures of more than 400 organisations to find current and future trends for firewalls and emerging networking technologies.
One Identity has launched the One Identity Partner Circle, the company’s new multi-tier global partner program to build on its 29-percent year-over-year global growth in partner-driven revenue. The program supports systems integrators, advisors and consultants as well as resellers and distributors as they sell and deliver One Identity’s award-winning portfolio of identity governance, access management, privileged account management and identity as a service solutions.
Cyberespionage hits manufacturing, public sector and education hard: 21 percent of cases analyzed.
Brocade has published a new Global Digital Transformation Skills Study, which aims to uncover how well-placed global IT leaders consider themselves and their teams to be in terms of meeting current and future business demands. Of the six markets surveyed, Germany was found to be the best prepared to meet its digital transformation goals, closely followed by the U.S., while the UK lagged well behind its counterparts.