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  • November 17, 2017 17 Nov'17

    Cloud AI in the enterprise: Making the security case

    In this guest post, Ross Brewer, managing director and vice president for Europe, Middle East and Africa at cybersecurity software supplier LogRhythm, makes the enterprise case for using artificial ...

  • November 15, 2017 15 Nov'17

    Amazon not to blame for S3 cloud storage lapses

    The Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) has been giving big businesses –and their customers -- big trouble. It was reported earlier this summer that high-profile companies left data in their S3 ...

  • November 06, 2017 06 Nov'17

    Cloud security tools reflect disparate vendor perspectives

    The latest cloud security tools exemplify the major providers' varied approaches to address user concerns, and protect customers from themselves.

  • October 26, 2017 26 Oct'17

    Bad Rabbit ransomware attacks planned long ago

    The new Bad Rabbit ransomware spread through Russia and Ukraine, drawing comparisons to NotPetya, and researchers say the attacks were planned for a long time.

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  • How click-to-call buttons threaten call center security

    For contact centers, click-to-call capabilities add another layer of security concerns. Denial-of-service attacks and premium rate fraud can be especially harmful. Continue Reading

  • Enterprise networks need IT-business strategic alignment

    The enterprise network continues to evolve in the face of new technologies and threats. Yet companies aren't managing these changes with full IT-business strategic alignment.

    IT pros are considering the business need more and more as technologies change. Companies are becoming more comfortable putting network functions in the cloud, and as that continues, they are working on fuller IT-business strategic alignment around what stays on-premises and what can be moved to the cloud. In addition, the use of unified communications and growing interest in collaboration tools forces IT and business units to work more closely together to determine which applications best fit company needs.

    Perhaps most critically, network and security teams have to be more collaborative as well. Cohesive IT-business strategic alignment for network security helps protect against increasing cyberthreats to the enterprise, but a potential security professional shortage will have network managers struggling to learn roles they had not previously performed.

    Education underpins all the work companies can do to improve their IT-business strategic alignment. Network specialists who strive for advancement will remain focused on education throughout their whole careers, one pro says.

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  • What lessons can GDPR requirements teach organizations?

    Organizations not directly affected by GDPR can still make improvements based on the regulations. How long has it been since your organization updated its data protection policy? Continue Reading

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