APIs power the digital experiences of consumers today. However, as API use increases, so do security risks because APIs are easy to deploy but hard to control.
With heavy interference by law enforcement, there has been an anticipated shift from critical infrastructure cyberattacks to corporate enterprise companies. The enterprise attack surface, which is the sum of all entry and exit points, is massive.
New report showing individual compliance regulations and their propensity to allow breached passwords into the fold – up to 83% of known breached passwords can satisfy regulatory compliance standards.
The Great Resignation is currently taking center stage. This massive employment shift leaves a huge opening for increased incidents of insider risk and intellectual property theft and should be of extreme concern for both security leaders and practitioners.
With the current emphasis on Zero Trust, Fortune 1000 organizations should start looking beyond their Privileged Access Management (PAM) solutions to properly manage their privilege sprawl. The strategy is ‘Zero Standing Privilege,’ (ZSP).
Trend has begun to emerge for cybersecurity incident-related shareholder derivative lawsuits – attorneys are increasingly now filing claims specifically based on failures surrounding duty of oversight.
By 2024, it’s likely that almost every U.S. state will have its own data privacy regulations. Businesses getting prepared now are barely ahead of the curve; those that put it off till the laws hit the market will have to scramble to keep up.
A sustainable data strategy focuses on good data rather than big data. With good data at the nucleus of DX efforts, a clear data strategy can support growth catalysis within the business and among its employees, empowering customers and other stakeholders.
Technologies have helped creating a comprehensive modern data ecosystem deliver data value easier and faster may have made data governance and protection appear more difficult.