Content posted in February 2018
GDPR: An Enterprise Security Survival Guide – 8 steps you need to take now
Information Resources 2/23/2018
With only months to go, the EU's GDPR rules are set to come into effect. The time is now to start building your security checklist. To help, Security Now has written this free paper for IT and InfoSec professionals, to help enterprises prepare for these new rules. Readers can download the paper today and learn what top security and data privacy experts think about GDPR and what businesses needs to know to survive.
Ovum 2018 Trends to Watch: IT & Cybersecurity
Information Resources 2/16/2018
The IT and cybersecurity market is in rapid evolution. In this report, Ovum's principal analysts specializing in infrastructure solutions outline the changes in the market, explain which trends will have the biggest impact and highlight who will benefit from the fast-paced developments in IT and cybersecurity.
Ovum IoT Security: Technology Strategies & Vendor Profiles
Information Resources 2/16/2018
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a rapidly expanding part of the global information economy, yet security exploits such as last year's Dyn attack by the Mirai botnet show that more attention needs to be paid to making the IoT safe. This report will help crystallize thinking about which technologies are required and which vendors to go to for them. It focuses primarily on security issues and solutions for the Industrial Internet of Things.
Microsoft's latest bug-hunting program is targeting the company's Azure DevOps platform, which looks to make software development more secure.
Epic Games, the developer of Fortnite, fixed vulnerabilities in its web infrastructure that researchers said exposed the sensitive information of users of the wildly popular online game.
A security researcher has found another flaw in Intel's SGX software than can allow an attacker to escalate administrative privileges within an infected machine.
A federal judge in California finds that police can't force suspects to unlock their smartphones or other mobiles using biometrics. The court found biometrics are protected much the same way passwords are.
The shutdown of the federal government is not only affecting federal workers, but the websites that various departments run. Specifically, SSL certificates are not being renewed.
In a wide-ranging interview, Cisco security boss Gee Rittenhouse talks about how machine learning, AI, blockchain and other emerging technologies ...
CloudPassage's new technology, called Container Secure, involves a five-step process to ensure seamless security in container deployments from the ...
You can't so much as go to a coffee shop today without hearing the word 'blockchain.' Hearing about a useful blockchain is less common, but ...
Last year, 60 million companies changed owners worldwide. That turnover makes it incredibly difficult to avoid doing business with entities (e.g., ...
Keith Furst of Data Derivatives interviews Daniel Wagner, author of a new book, Virtual Terror: 21st Century Cyber Warfare. They discuss the ways ...
Sage Wagner, senior security pre-sales engineer with RiskSense, provides a demo of the company's latest technology 'RiskSense Solution,' a ...
Janus Technologies is launching a line of products that protect against the many threats to enterprises' sensitive data. David Schultz, vice ...
This new video will inspire companies to reimagine their business for success in a world where connectivity is more than a commodity.
An interview with Steve Grobman, CTO of McAfee