The end of the year is typically a time when people look back over the past 12 months and speculate what might happen next in certain industries. When focusing on the cybersecurity sector, it’s clear there are numerous fascinating technologies and capabilities in the works. Below, we’ll look at six of the trends most likely…
As much as personal identity theft is on the rise, there are also many businesses that fall foul of the same sorts of attacks. These are also on the rise as there are many business security solutions in place that are not up to date or protecting these businesses as much as they think.
Are you looking to implement a new email system or to migrate from an old version of Exchange to the most current? If so, you may want to look at implementing it in Exchange Online. Exchange online, not to be confused with Office 365, or Microsoft 365, would be the online version of Exchange hosted by Microsoft. Options are always good, and with Exchange Online you have a few. This path may not be the answer for all types of businesses, but it bears looking into.
Many hackers are opportunistic predators and will slide to the lowest common denominator when preying on their next victims. Over the past year we’ve seen hackers direct their attention to the education sector; particularly K-12. It’s always appalling when children are taken advantage of in any manner and having their data stolen, ransomed, or leaked is no different. These children are the youth of our nation and have no sense of what’s happening to the privacy of their personal data. These breaches could have long term ramifications on children long before they’ve even applied for college or been given a driver’s permit. We live in an age now where hackers will look to disrupt and take advantage of anyone to benefit their own cause. There is no honor among thieves.
As organizations flock to new technologies like cloud, mobile, big data and analytics, they increasingly look to software-defined, wide-area networking (SD-WAN) to improve efficiency and productivity. Realizing the full promise of SD-WAN; however, takes a keen understanding of the do’s and don’ts of deployment.
In 2017 Hackers abound and we are all aware of it. However be aware that during the holiday season hackers are extra giving…of phishing attempts, malware, and Trojans, which all help them steal from you or your favorite retailer due to our laziness and lack of knowledge. Below are a list of a dirty dozen things to look out for as we enter the holiday shopping season.
The definition of Big Data is usually that which refers to the practise of accumulation of extraordinary Big Data from a variety of different sources and then converting that data towards learning new data or towards supply of valuable services.
Big Data has been used by private organizations for a long time. Retailers utilize it to decide client conduct and influence shopping propensities. Insurance agencies depend on Big Data to endeavor to figure out who the most secure drivers and most advantageous individuals are. And a wide range of organizations purchase and pitch this information to each other, trying to dig it for data about their clients that they can use for monetary preferred standpoint.
Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure are two of the biggest names in public cloud computing. Which one is right for you? To help you make that decision, let’s talk about what each provider brings to the public cloud table, and key differences between them.
The NCSC (National Cyber Security Centre), which completes one year, has made this observation in its first annual review.
The NCSC was launched in October 2016 with an objective to help UK’s “…critical services from cyber attacks, manage major incidents, and improve the underlying security of the UK Internet through technological improvement and advice to citizens and organisations.” The National Cyber Security Centre supports critical organizations, the public sector, industry and small and medium enterprises (SMEs).