Today’s modern enterprise is struggling with three key data challenges: the immense growth in how much data an organization must manage,, the massive migration of data to the cloud, and that business-critical data worth protecting now takes a myriad of forms.
As organizations transition their digital infrastructure to cloud environments, new complexities around data security are born. This increasingly diverse data landscape will fundamentally alter cybersecurity in 2023, from the technologies deployed, to the processes followed, to the people leading the charge.
More than ten years later, DevSecOps is still more of an idea than an effective practice. There is a better way to defend your cloud environment, and you can do it in three steps.
For organisations to thrive, they need to prioritise outcomes in their IT investments, leverage trusted industry ecosystems and demonstrate an ability to adapt operating models to customer requirements.
The relentless march to the cloud is good news for CIOs concerned about ransomware. And once most enterprises have most of their infrastructure there, ransomware attacks will become an occasional annoyance, not a catastrophic disaster.
In a hybrid identity environment, Active Directory professionals need a good understanding of Azure Active Directory (AAD) roles, applications, and multifactor authentication (MFA) to effectively secure the environment.
They key to having a safe working environment is maintaining control over the data. Hardware based secure enclaves, including those inside CPUs, have become a rising trend for encryption on the cloud.
The cloud can provide better data security than traditional storage … when done correctly. How do you ensure your unstructured data remains secure and highly available?
Cloud-based deployments have significantly changed the security paradigm and the foremost consideration for cloud migration involves a security framework that spans the entire cloud infrastructure.
With data centers accounting for $400 billion of data breaches annually, companies should start thinking about de-risking the infrastructure by investing in cloud data management and people.