As the COVID-19 Coronavirus situation intensifies, it's important for employers to 1. Understand the risks, 2. Act swiftly, and 3. Ensure your business remains secure and productive during this event. The first and foremost priority has to be containing the spread of the virus. However, sencondarily, your business must remain productive and secure in the process.
Cloud technology has been nothing short of revolutionary since its emergence. Web-based technologies have been transformed and business processes have been improved through the use of cloud computing, yet security concerns have remained consistent across the history of the cloud’s presence.
The art of parenting comes with many challenges and modern technology is only adding to the list of risks for children. It is common for children to play with their parent’s smartphone or tablet for the purposes of education, entertainment, or just to keep them busy for a little while.
One of the biggest annoyances of internal IT teams is supporting outdated devices. These devices break more frequently, are security nightmares and make internal IT departments extremely inefficient. It can be easy to put off upgrading your hardware, because after all it works, right? Hardware simply working isn't good enough anymore, not for your IT team and not for the end users.
Over the last 15 years, there has been a significant increase in at home or remote workers within organizations around the world. A big reason for this increase in remote workers is the digitization of the workplace and the evolution of business processes.
Budget negotiations can be difficult to navigate for security leaders, as there are many items required to ensure that security receives the resources that are needed to keep an organization safe. This is why connecting the dots between business and technology stakeholders is a valuable use of time for CISOs at the end of the year.