Governments in Asia are getting more nuanced in their approach to cloud computing, but need to be more strategic in their approach to cybersecurity, according to experts at a Microsoft-hosted cybersecurity briefing.
Security consultant Kevin Mitnick – at one time the world’s most famous, or infamous, hacker – will take centrestage this year at the CeBIT Global Conferences, part of the CEBIT trade show that will be held later this month in Hannover, Germany.
Application delivery networking solutions provider F5 Networks has officially launched its Silverline platform in Asia, offering extended security, optimisation, and availability services from a hosted and managed infrastructure.
Big data, security, mobility, private cloud adoption and IT modernisation the top IT trends to look out for in 2015, writes Ng Tian Beng of Dell.
The IT industry agenda in 2015 will be dominated by containers, convergence, cloud security, closets, crowd workers and coexistence, according to New York-based IT research and advisory company 451 Research.
More than 80% of security leaders believe the challenge posed by external threats is on the rise, while 60% also agree their organisations are outgunned in the cyber-war, according to a study by IBM.
As businesses become more globalised, many organisations are leveraging new technologies to give their employees access to information and the corporate network outside the office – which gives rise to new security risks, writes Sophos’ Sumit Bansal, who also offers advice on how to deal with this.
Cloud vendor Amazon Web Services (AWS) has launched a new suite of services designed specifically to address the demands made by enterprise customers, a move that the company believes will bolster its credentials as a true enterprise cloud provider.
Despite the growing attention on the Internet of Things (IoT) and building smart cities, there’s still an 'elephant in the room' in discussions: Security.
Less than one-third of businesses keep their virtualisation servers on-premise and managed entirely by their own internal IT staff, according to a Kaspersky Lab survey of 3,900 IT professionals worldwide.