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In October 2016, Kaspersky Lab products detected a surge in malware infection attempts on the computers of its customers who had industrial control systems installed. This was just part of the bigger story.
In the part 2 of the GDPR article, Dan Plastina, will dive deeper into the data lifecycle and how Azure Information Protection can help you provide persistent data protection both on-premises and in the cloud.
Developer workstations are high-value targets for hackers and often vulnerable. Now you can protect them using concepts borrowed from securing system admin workstations.
Attackers can locally exploit the privilege escalation vulnerability to gain root access over Linux, Solaris and BSD machines. This is bad news for Unix-based servers, and even more so for multi-tenant environments.
Enterprises are increasingly migrating to public or hybrid deployments, creating an immediate need to extend the level of security found in traditional networks to the newc cloud landscape. Read this document to understand Juniper Security for an Ever-Evolving Market
In today’s complex and constantly changing environment, network administrators need complete visibility into network behavior to maintain a robust security posture. Juniper Networks® Junos® Space Security Director provides correlated and actionable information on applications, users, and threats, allowing you to quickly neutralize risks and make smarter and faster security decisions.
The modern dynamic business environment imposes significant cybersecurity challenges. Read this whitepaper to underst Software-defined Security in Modern Software-defined Networks.
Cloud-based big data analytics with machine learning technologies ensures protection from targeted malware attacks, says Nikhil Taneja of Radware.
Tune in to know how hyperconvergence is driving malware, why are CEOs using applications without the approval of IT department and top technologies for information security, We have a special accouncement about the IDG Security Day event too!
With over 90 percent Indian businesses revealing that they are at risk of being breached, how should enterprises look at security this year?
All traditional securities are at a stable stage where they are not able to deal with the daily emerging, innovative set of attacks.
CISOs need to have a woven security fabric that can intelligently segment the applications and the network, to provide automated protection against innovative and sophisticated attacks.
As and when the newer technologies reach a level of maturity, businesses will see that systems built on them will streamline everyday activities resulting in saving time and costs.
Cyber criminals are now cashing in on the widespread fear looming on the security landscape. There are a host of malware patches that are actually malwares in themselves.
In IDG's first edition of Security Day, we bring to you the stalwarts of the industry to join in a much needed global conversation on enterprise security.
CISOs are advised to have a basic security control of the organization, along with the upgrade of legacy system in critical areas, updated network infrastructure, and periodical security awareness to end users.
The security whodunnit: analyzing the language used in an attack is just one tool to assign attribution, and it’s not always reliable.