Cloud-based security services will be worth US$9 billion in 2020.
Yaj Malik of Sage Asia shares some digital workplace trends that SMB leaders will want to take note of, and discusses why the digital workplace is an opportunity that they would not want to miss.
Data breaches and cyber-attacks seem to have become the new normal in today’s increasingly digital world, but it’s not all gloom-and-doom – there are steps you can take to protect your organisation.
Being secure is more than just investing in the latest and shiniest products, according to RSA chief strategy officer Niloofar Razi Howe.
Niche-within-a-niche tech startup Deep Identity got its fairy-tale ending, having been acquired by a bigger company in December 2015, writes Benjamin Cher.
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.
Enterprise applications are increasingly being moved to the cloud as organisations embrace the ‘cloud-first’ philosophy, according to F5 Networks and its recently released The State of Application Delivery in APAC 2015 survey.
The biggest cybersecurity challenge in South-East Asia is not in acquiring technology, but educating and acquiring people with the right skills, according to Edward Lim, RSA South-East Asia managing director.
CA Technologies said there were five key trends in security and identity and access management that will impact organisations and security professionals in 2015 as they compete in the application economy.
Citrix’s Mark Micallef shares key steps organisations need to take to step up their information security game and make technology work for them.