The post-pandemic security climate places cybersecurity as a top priority for businesses. Since many businesses have adopted cloud-based and IoT (internet of things) technologies to facilitate remote working during the pandemic, it has become necessary to consider physical security as inherently linked to digital security.
SD-WAN is one of those cool technologies that people are starting to understand and embrace; it’s a buzzword, even. It’s the next generation of network architecture that provides greater flexibility, security, and throughput by combining WAN, LAN and cloud technologies. It promises to make IT operations more efficient and effective. A good SD-WAN implementation can complement existing WAN, LAN and cloud technologies to deliver the ultimate network architecture.
Cloud integration is a great choice to connect your employees, reduce costs, and make your company more efficient. With the right solution, you will no longer need to worry about security or compliance issues like you did in the past.
With the introduction of virtual memory in the technological world, many companies have stopped using local storage devices. They either use cloud storage devices or a hybrid mix of them. Continue reading to know more.
Cybersecurity for business is one of the most important things you can invest in as a company owner. Cybercrime rates are on the rise, and businesses must know how to protect sensitive data and how to keep their customer details safely stored online.
The HIPAA Journal estimates that ransomware attacks cost healthcare providers at least $20.8 billion in 2020 when all is said and done. As such, preventing healthcare ransom attacks before they occur should be a top priority for health networks and practices across the board.
According to cloud computing statistics, 74% of enterprises use a hybrid and multi-cloud strategy today. 69% of organizations were planning to use a multi-cloud environment. 62% of public cloud adopters are using more than two cloud environments and platforms. Despite all this, very few businesses optimize their cloud spending, which is why they fail to take full advantage of their cloud infrastructure.
Due to the rise in data breach incidents in the last few years, businesses have grown increased privacy concerns over securing customer data. With advancement in technology, there is a bigger need to protect information. Thus, individuals and businesses now look for newer methods of securing their data.
Do you ever feel like someone might be viewing your online activity when you are connected to public Wi-Fi? Well, that is fair given the kind of forces arrayed against your privacy. The good thing is that with a virtual private network (VPN), you can protect your information from unauthorized persons to regain your privacy online.
In this article, we’ll explain what XDR is, how it relates to traditional security information and event management (SIEM) systems, and how XDR concepts can transform the security organization.