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Using the concerted efforts of man and machine, security teams are exploring ways to cut through the noise of increasingly busy networks.
Credential theft has long been a growing concern. In response, organisations are adopting multi-factor authentication to protect their critical data.
As companies are forced to open up their networks, how can they do so securely without exposing their data and operations?
Now most organisations are on some sort of cloud journey, they need to overcome new security risks if they’re going to achieve the full rewards.
CISOs are entering a golden period of opportunity - take decisive action to shape your security strategy for the future of work.
The indications are that people want more choice for the future of work - what matters will be how employees work, not where.
Despite embracing new collaboration tools, your organisation might not have had a chance to properly integrate them for the future of work. Now’s the ideal time.
How adopting a puzzler's mindset could be the answer.
Security compliance can be challenging in the new world of hybrid working, but the answer is to put the control back into the hands of your users.
With all the talk of the public cloud, you could be forgiven for thinking that the role of data centres and colocation services have become less important.
Anyone in a business with high IT dependency will know the importance of cyber security in 2021. But the scale and pace of the arms race between attackers and protectors is still not widely understood outside the industry.
Without complete visibility inside your IT environment, you’re working with blind spots so when it comes to identifying issues with applications performance your average time to resolve will soar.