In the context of cloud security, bring your own key (BYOK) will ensure businesses don't need to trust anyone else to protect their data, says Jin MA, Chief Product Officer, Alibaba Cloud Intelligence.
From crippling skills shortage to secure quantum computing, Vaidyanathan Iyer, Security Software Leader at IBM India, South Asia, throws light on factors affecting present-day enterprise security landscape.
We are changing the security narrative with a broader portfolio that enhances ‘security as a system’ approach, says Gavin Struthers, APJ Chief at Sophos.
The bears, pandas, kittens and chollimas are out in the open, and the military top-brass is apprehensive. Michael Sentonas, VP of Technology Strategy at CrowdStrike, gives us a dekko at the cyber espionage threat landscape.
From explainable AI to blockchain to building a super-fast processor, Subram Natarajan, CTO of IBM India/South Asia tells us how IBM does what it does best – innovate to stay ahead.
From evolving threats to DNS attacks and IoT security, John Maynard, Global Security Officer at Cisco brings to light present-day security challenges the enterprise needs to brace up to.
We have good success story with EDR through Bit Defender’s Ultra and elite versions implemented well by our channel partners, says Zakir Rangwala at BD Software Distribution.
Fresh from investments through Blackstone Ventures, data protection company TITUS is on the growth mode globally, and particularly in India, says Jim Barkdoll, CEO of TITUS.
Rajnish Gupta, Regional Director, India & SAARC at RSA explains why identifying critical assets and assigning a risk score is imperative to new age cybersecurity.