Cybersecurity is growing too dangerous and powerful to ignore and a head-in-the-sand attitude to this once nascent, now pervasive threat is no longer an option, according to a new study by the IMA and ACCA.
Cisco expects enterprises and companies to consolidate the number of security vendors they use, as IT security becomes increasingly harder to manage.
Digital transformation may not always translate into a return on investment (ROI), but it is a key ingredient for companies simply to survive, said a top Cisco Systems Inc executive.
Only 45% of organisations worldwide are confident in their security posture as today’s attackers launch more sophisticated, bold, and resilient campaigns, according to the recently released Cisco Annual Security Report for 2016.
The road ahead for Symantec will be guided by four priorities, according to Sanjay Rohatgi, its senior vice president of Asia Pacific and Japan.
Dell has announced the release of Dell One Identity Manager 7.0, which it described as a scalable, modular and integrated platform that enables organisations to unify security policies, meet compliance needs and achieve governance, while improving business agility.
Organisations are more aware and spending more on IT security, but that is not necessarily translating to a lower exposure to ‘cyber risk’ – or the risk of financial loss, disruption or damage to an organisation’s reputation from cyber-attacks and cybercrime.
Conversations about IT security often revolve around technology and processes, and rarely about a third critical element: People. That’s a mistake, according to Jack Chan, a security strategist at Fortinet Inc’s FortiGuard Labs.
There are some common weaknesses in organisations that makes them vulnerable to attacks by APT actors, FireEye CTO Grady Summers told the RSA Conference Asia Pacific & Japan (RSAC APJ) 2015 in Singapore last week.
Information technology decision makers (ITDMs) believe wireless networks to be the most vulnerable element of the IT infrastructure, according to a new survey from Fortinet.