Not only have enterprises accelerated their shift to the cloud in 2020, but they have also leapfrogged into multi-cloud environments. With this transition comes the top challenge: Maintaining appropriate visibility. Joe Partlow of ReliaQuest discusses how to tackle this challenge.
The Secure Access Service Edge framework was identified by Gartner barely a year ago. Yet, already it has been widely adopted and even more broadly discussed. What are the compelling uses cases and some of the biggest myths and realities? Jeff Reed of Cisco shares insight on SASE.
An indictment unsealed this week demonstrates the degree to which Western intelligence agencies have apparently been able to infiltrate the Russian intelligence apparatus to trace attacks back to specific agencies - and individual operators. Shouldn't Russian spies have better operational security?
For the second time within a week, it's been revealed that sensitive voice messages containing patients' information have been exposed on the internet. The latest discovery involves unsecured voice transcripts of patient calls to drug giant Pfizer's automated customer support system.
Banking institutions are seeing a significant spike in multi-channel financial crimes. But Duncan Ash and Julio Gomez of Splunk say data and analytics can be key differentiators in the effort to protect sensitive financial data.
Cybercrime wouldn't exist as we know it today without there being a multitude of technologies and services that criminals have been able to turn to their advantage, and cryptocurrency is one of the prime examples, especially when it comes to ransomware, darknet markets and money laundering.
In this year of accelerated transformation, many enterprises have adopted and adapted to software-defined networking. Daniel Schrader of Fortinet and Daniel Cooke of Vandis discuss how they have partnered to empower networking transformation.
Prior to COVID-19, Kumar Ramachandran of Palo Alto Networks declared 2020 the "year of the early majority" for SD-WAN adoption. How has the pandemic only amped up the need for better bandwidth, visibility and centralized management - all at a lower cost? Ramachandran explains.
McAfee is set to become a public company once again, with the cybersecurity firm filing for an IPO with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to trade under "MCFE" on the Nasdaq Stock Market. Separately, Ivanti announced that it would buy security firms MobileIron and Pulse Secure.
Microsoft removed 18 apps from its Azure cloud platform that were being used by hackers as part of their command-and-control infrastructure. The threat group, called Gadolinium, was abusing the infrastructure to launch phishing email attacks, Microsoft researchers say.
Training employees to resist phishing emails is key to preventing compromises. But an exercise run by Tribune Publishing Co. created a searing backlash after its phishing exercise tempted employees with bogus bonuses in a year in which they had already endured financial hardships.
Revisiting remote workforce security defenses, simplifying cloud access controls and pursuing risk-based vulnerability management and passwordless authentication are among the 10 security projects that all organizations should consider for this year and next, according to advisory firm Gartner.
Russian criminals operating online who want to stay out of jail need only to follow a few simple rules, the primary one being: Never target Russians. So it's surprising that security researchers have uncovered a new ransomware-wielding gang of Russian speakers that includes Russian victims on its hit list.
TikTok and WeChat both received reprieves over the weekend that helped avert U.S. blocks of their social media apps. President Donald Trump says he has given his "blessing" to a deal that would see Oracle and Walmart take a stake in TikTok's U.S. operations. Separately, a federal judge suspended a WeChat ban.