Respondents expect their transition to the cloud, as part of an organization’s digital transformation journey, to be a catalyst for an increased focus on security.
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Centrify-commissioned study reveals IT practitioners most concerned about losing jobs.
Imperva has released its Q2 2017 Global DDoS Threat Landscape Report, a statistical analysis of more than 15,000 network and application layer DDoS attacks mitigated by Imperva Incapsula’s services during Q2 2017. Information about DDoS bot capabilities and assumed identities comes from a random sample of 39.1 billion DDoS bot requests collected from such assaults over the same period.
IT leaders prioritise Identity Governance for greater visibility.
Infoblox has released results of a global survey finding that DNS security is often overlooked when it comes to cybersecurity strategy, with most companies inadequately prepared to defend against DNS attacks.
Atos, a global leader in digital transformation, believes waiting for digital threats to materialise will soon be consigned to history as we enter a new age of predictive cyber security capability able to ward off cyber threats even before they occur.
Dtex Systems targets growing insider threat solutions market in EMEA.
New Tripwire study reveals 91 percent of organizations will look to outsource security to tackle skills gap.
55 percent of UK workers can’t recall receiving cybersecurity training, despite cyber-attacks affecting over half of UK business in 2016.
New SonicOS 6.5, which includes more than 50 new features, powers SonicWall’s Automated Real-Time Breach Detection and Prevention Platform and is the biggest customer-driven SonicOS release in company history.
Healthcare sector reports greatest number of security incidents in 2016 and 2017; Faceliker manipulates Facebook accounts to promote news websites and other content.
Organisations report that 42% of IT security incidents occur as a result of their employees actions, and 74% originate from their extended enterprise (employees, customers, suppliers).
164% increase in stolen, lost or compromised records.
A new cyber security report from Vodafone, Cyber Security: The Innovation Accelerator, highlights a strong link between how cyber security is used and business success, with 86 per cent of high-growth companies1 seeing information security as an enabler of new business opportunities, rather than simply a means of defence.
New Ziften Zenith developments improve vulnerability assessments, threat detection, and incident response in cloud VMs running Linux operating systems (OS).
25% of mid-market companies don’t even have basic anti-virus protection.
Fortinet has published the findings of its latest Global Threat Landscape Report.
Firms are not investing in the necessary cyber awareness training.
68% of IT organisations have no to modest confidence to manage digital threats, despite a majority significantly increasing their near-term digital defence investments.