Cisco 2018 Annual Cybersecurity Report reveals that 39 percent of organizations are reliant on automation, 34 percent are reliant on machine learning, 32 percent are highly reliant on AI.
Research reveals the immense challenges frontline IT security teams face which are undermining business continuity and opportunities.
By Ronald Sens, Director EMEA Marketing, A10 Networks.
Today marks the release of our fourth annual Businesses
@ Work Report, which takes an
in-depth look at the apps and services employees, partners, contractors
and customers in the Okta network use to be productive. This year, one
thing is for sure: companies aren’t just adopting
the best technologies, they’re securing them.
NETSCOUT SYSTEMS has released its 13th Annual Arbor Worldwide Infrastructure Security Report (WISR) offering direct insights from network and security professionals at the world’s leading service provider, cloud/hosting and enterprise organizations.
Secure mobile connectivity solution reduces cyber risks for today's global workforce.
Two-year study explores the roles of information security leaders and how they are affected by organisational dynamics.
Radware has released its 2017-2018 Global Application and Network Security Report, which found that the percentage of companies reporting financially motivated cyber-attacks has doubled over the past two years, with 50% of surveyed companies experiencing a cyber-attack motivated by ransom in the past year.
Device Authority, a global leader in Identity and Access Management (IAM) for the Internet of Things (IoT), has announced its first HSM partnership and technology integration with Thales eSecurity, the leader in advanced data security solutions and services, delivering trust in devices and data to enable increased adoption of the IoT.
As consumers around Britain get to grips with new smartphones and tablets gifted over the festive season, many risk downloading malicious apps without realising.
McAfee acquires the worldwide leader in the CASB market segment.
2017 has been an interesting year for cyber security. With hacks still dominating the headlines and GDPR looming the spotlight has been firmly on the cyber-security industry to help consumers and businesses alike stay secure in an increasingly digital world. With 2018 round the corner, the spotlight is set to stay firmly on the security space, with Dan Panesar, VP EMEA at Certes Networks predicting that blockchain, the rise of virtualization and threat of AI will dominate conversations.
New technology relationship minimizes deployment and maintenance costs for hybrid cloud deployments, allowing service providers to increase their value chain.
Study also reveals security professionals overwhelmingly view insider threats as a dangerous and growing concern for their organisations.
Alert Logic has published the results of a survey conducted with 400 UK cybersecurity professionals to better understand the evolving cyber threat landscape UK companies face.
This was a banner year for mega data breaches; according to Gemalto’s Breach Level Index, over 900 data breaches occurred during the first half of 2017, which compromised 1.9 billion records. More data was stolen in the first six months of 2017 than the entirety of 2016. According to experts at security market leader Venafi, this massive exfiltration of data is a critical symptom of weak machine identity protection.
The financial services industry and public sector are aligned in their concerns about data and system security, with both citing a fear of harmful cyber threats emerging in 2018, according to a new study from digital workplace provider Invotra.
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Cybercriminals leverage Microsoft Office exploits, fileless PowerShell threats, Locky “Lutikus” ransomware, banking trojans to create four new malware samples per second in Q3 2017.
U.S. security professionals value their personally identifiable information more than twice as much as their U.K. counterparts.