To fight IoT crime, security professionals must properly classify incidents and connect seemingly disparate strings of evidence.
Although data protection is crucial to the success of any business, many employees still circumvent security policies they mistakenly deem superfluous.
In a recent survey, security professional and executives admitted to snooping on enterprise data. How can companies improve network security for business?
In the wake of a data breach, organizations should strive to be as transparent and responsive as possible to rebuild customer trust.
According to a recent survey, baby boomers exhibit more cybersecurity awareness than their millennial counterparts — but not by much.
Fail-safe measures such as encryption can help organizations minimize cloud and third-party risks in the virtually inevitable event of a data breach.
A recent survey by cloud security firm RedLock attributed the rise in cloud data leaks to inadequate policies, lack of compliance and other poor practices.
Intellectual property security is crucial to any company's bottom line. IT teams must locate this data, asses its risk and adjust policies accordingly.
Without visibility into all data stored on the network, the complex task of data security can have IT teams pining for the bygone days of filing cabinets.
IT decision-makers must develop a strong cybersecurity strategy that uses analytics and innovation to create an integrated approach to data protection.