Data privacy and compliance standards such as data ownership and managerial access are important issues for both government organizations and businesses that use cloud services. You need to be sure you’re acquiring the right tools to safeguard your network, whether you’re a CIO or a security administrator for an enterprise.
Apart from the upfront costs, the operational difficulty of integrating new goods into your existing network can be daunting.
The world witnessed a paradigm shift amid the global pandemic, and businesses embarking on a digital transformation journey embraced cloud services to the fullest.
Whether it’s a remote working ecosystem or the entertainment industry, organizations progressively tweaked their office space and their IT infrastructure to cater to the immediate needs of their employees and users.
As per a survey, around 93% of Europe’s organizations with the Middle East and Africa state that the pandemic fast-tracked their move to the cloud. Surprisingly, this is just one percentage point over the global average, at 92%.
Undoubtedly, the work-from-home culture and distributed workforce…
In recent years, cybersecurity has risen to the top of the board room concerns. With many high-profile breaches making the headlines and CEOs, CISOs, and CIOs ousted, it is clear that the board and management are worried.
Managers, panels, and clients find that the danger of supplier attacks extends beyond this specific instance. Trying to mitigate the risks involved is not as simple as enterprises fumble to determine if either their own devices and data were possibly affected by ransomware attacks.
One of the most severe challenges we face as CEO is cybersecurity. In fact, in its 2021 research, PWC…
Since the outbreak of the pandemic, organizations have warmed up to the idea of allowing their employees to work from home while staying connected with cloud platforms.
However, there is a devastating downside that accompanies the increased popularity of utilizing cloud services. Companies that rely heavily on storing and transferring data on a cloud are more susceptible to data breaches and the loss of sensitive data.
Thus, enterprises from around the world are on a quest to find a more secure way to connect their employees while retaining productivity.
Before the dawn of Secure as a Service Edge or SASE…
Not long ago, the retail industry heavily relied on making sales in person and physical stores. However, it is no longer the case, given the outbreak of COVID-19 and the mandatory restrictions that were put in place. Thus, retailers could hope to attain the most profitable source of income in this dystopian-like market condition through online platforms and virtual stores.
Since the pandemic outbreak, retailers have begun to embrace the technology, with around 7.9 million retailers taking their business online in 2021. …
The mobile app development industry continues to advance at lightning speed. To survive and thrive in this technology-ridden era, you have to get accustomed to the changing mobile app development trends. Much before the COVID-19 pandemic, the dependence of people on android devices and computers was on the rise. However, the pace received a sudden jolt as tech became the only means for work and communication. It brought along with it the opportunity for cybercriminals to leverage security vulnerabilities.
In an era when businesses embark on a journey to adopt cutting-edge technology, the wisest decision for any enterprise is to invest in a multi-tenant cloud environment.
According to Gartner, by 2022, around 75% of enterprise consumers relying on cloud infrastructure as a service (IaaS) will adopt a deliberate multi-cloud strategy.
But why would any organization put their best foot forward for embracing a multi-tenant cloud environment?
Well, multi-cloud, if implemented and managed effectively can yield scalability, security, and eventually offer disaster recovery.
The way data is managed and stored on the cloud is what it takes to stand ahead…
With the world being thrown into disarray since the pandemic outbreak, a significant number of companies have become a victim of data breaches. Several top-flight companies witnessed the unauthorized access of unknown individuals into their vast consumer databases.
Microsoft was accused of leaving a database containing 280 million consumer records without any protection. While the US government and other organizations distributed relief funds, cyberattackers worked overtime to send out phishing emails.
As mentioned above, cyberattacks were at an all-time high in 2020, with around 3950 confirmed data breaches taking place. This increase in data breaches also coincides with the advent…
In recent years, the discussion on digital privacy has gathered steam. High-scale cyber thefts worth billions of dollars have opened the eyes of companies across industries. They now realize the need to take up preventive measures to fight this menace. According to the National Crime Record Bureau data, India recorded a total of 44,546 cybercrimes in 2020 compared to 28,248 in 2019, a growth of 63.5%.
Digital platforms, mainly social media platforms, have been getting a lot of flack recently. Research revealed that only 9% of users are confident that social media platforms will protect their data.
This has significant…
With the rising use of the internet, there’s a substantial increase in the number of security breaches around the world.
According to a global survey conducted in 2020, the average cost of a data breach is $3.86 million, which certainly compels enterprises to reinforce their first line of defense.
Also, what’s more alarming is the fact that the breaches disclosed by a majority of enterprises revealed third-party attacks since they were relying on software and services offered by trusted vendors.
So, the next big question among organizations is- how to prevent data breaches caused by third-party attacks?
Well, a series…