Just like the physical world, prevention is better than cure and in the case of the cyber world, having the proper defence in place goes a long way in securing an enterprise network.
Most attacks on an organization can be traced back to devices connected to enterprise networks, which is basically an endpoint. And hence, that is why it is extremely important for an enterprise to ensure that their endpoints remain safe and secure.
On one hand, unlike the big business enterprises, SMBs may not always have the financial heft to really invest in cybersecurity solutions, which often leads to that taking a backseat.
It’s no longer privacy vs security. Regulations like GDPR and customer data breaches have joined privacy and security efforts at the hip.
Sure, you’ve prepared for attacks and breaches, but how well can core business processes function when a crisis hits?
Amidst reports of confidential user data being compromised on the EPFO portal, the government retaliated with its sure-fire hack remedy – by taking the site offline.
Gemalto Breach Level Index highlights improperly secured databases in the cloud and internal threats were the fastest growing security risks for companies
Blockchain vendors are touting the technology as a solution to many security (and other) problems. Consider costs and alternatives before jumping on the bandwagon.
Across India, 65 percent of companies have complete confidence in their ability to report all data breaches however small to the authorities within 72 hours of discovery.
Eight new cyber threats detected every second; organizational compliance failure is the main reason behind this surge. Compliance transcends geographical boundaries; companies find themselves cornered by rising security threats, and increasingly complex laws. Most data is on the Cloud, and most of it is highly sensitive as well as unstructured data.