Despite all the concern expressed about IT security and a significant increase in the quantity and complexity of attacks, not much seems to be actually improving.
A new survey of 688 IT security professionals in the U.S., conducted by the Ponemon Institute on behalf of Lumension Security, finds that not only is there an over-reliance on anti-virus software, but also that the amount of time IT organizations are spending on security issues is starting to have a significant impact on the rest of IT operations.
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Software-defined security is poised to eliminate the need for proprietary appliances, a particular bonus for the often weak security link created by branch offices. ... More >>
Motivations behind the attacks ranged by industry and, predictably, not a single sector was left untouched by the unscrupulous actors. ... More >>
Due to a variety of natural and manmade disasters – including cyber attacks – organizations are placing greater emphasis on DR initiatives. ... More >>