ITProPortal spoke to Brian Foster, the CTO of Damballa and a veteran of Symantec and McAfee about what the new landscape of security, and why third parties could be the weak link in your security.
Cloud has been an industry buzzword for some time but has continued to evolve at quite a pace. Despite this, a major theme of discussion that remains is how to avoid the risks associated with it.
Whether public, private, or hybrid, cloud computing is becoming an increasingly integral part of many companies’ business and technology strategy. In an attempt to keep up with business innovation.
Employees are increasingly turning to consumer level tools to collaborate with external partners due to the fact that there are simply not enough business-grade alternatives on offer.
After the NSA leaks and the huge controversy that still surrounds Snowden's revelations, Internet users and businesses alike can hardly be blamed for fearing for the safety of their online data.
A survey carried out by cloud security provider Alert Logic found that the instances of cyber attacks against cloud providers in Europe are on the up as enterprise adoption rises.
Even established security leaders struggle with how to manage diverse business concerns, create mobile security policies, and fully integrate business, risk and security metrics.
In this video, IBM cloud security expert Kevin Skapinetz describes the unique challenges of securing a cloud environment, and how it compares to a traditional IT environment.
Virtualised cloud platform makes adding new resources simple and fast for customers.
Figures released by the government show that the amount spent since the service’s inception reach £154.6 million by the end of March and SMBs accounted for 60 per cent of the total.
This paper provides a view of cloud computing for the chemicals and petroleum industry and describes the technologies and functions that can help them improve efficiency and reduce costs.