Understandably, most chief executive officers focus on the business aspect of the company. Their main goal is to make sure a company keeps gaining profit and everything is run smoothly. But there is one important thing that most CEOs overlook and it’s cybersecurity.
Just 7-8 years ago, only large companies could afford server equipment. Therefore, the purchase of a new server was treated with great care and caution. Before you buy expensive server hardware, there appear a lot of questions:
● What to do if the business grows rapidly and computing doubles once a month?
● How to scale server hardware?
This article will help you understand the most important trend in endpoint security today – the transition from endpoint detection and response (EDR), until recently the state of the art in enterprise protection for endpoints, to extended detection and response (XDR), which builds on EDR but offers a new paradigm in holistic protection for endpoints, networks and enterprise workloads.
Cybersecurity is a growing concern for businesses and individuals worldwide, with more people creating and leaving digital footprints in the virtual world. To this end, people need to secure their information by tightening their security protocols. Safeguarding information birthed the world of cybersecurity, which has become a lucrative career path for most tech-savvy people.
Cybersecurity is one of the daily topics people encounter in the media more than any time before. The most obnoxious scandals in politics and public life of famous people took place exactly due to cybersecurity leaks. Hackers and web-criminals get more inventive every day because they learn about leaks and bottlenecks of the digital security walls corporations are trying to fortify to defend user and corporate data.
Financial institutions serve as beacons for cybercriminals. With the potential to swipe all kinds of personal data from your bank accounts, hackers target multiple access points to your financial data. As a result, financial institutions average $100 billion in losses due to cybercrime each year.
But how are financial institutions and service companies acting to protect user data?
If you’re running an online business, you’re already aware of the importance of cybersecurity. Most online attackers aim at smaller businesses, which means that you might lose money and your customers’ trust.
Alex Lysak, an expert from Scanteam, explains cybersecurity best practices in this article.
Outsourcing is popular more than ever now, especially taking into account the current conditions that contribute to everyone going remotely, its relatively low pricing and the high quality of external specialists’ work. As a result, many businesses seek remote developers. This practice entails many benefits and risks including the responsibility and security of your internal data. And that’s for a reason.
The future of a wide variety of industries is being shaped by the advent of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in technological processes that previously took massive amounts of manpower and attention to detail. The automation of these processes through AI techniques like Machine Learning is a big win for cybersecurity, where they can help catch and prevent all kinds of cyberattacks.
It is really not an easy life for the internet based OTT services providers, be it for the pay TV cable operators or the new internet players. Users have become used to having all of their entertainment sources in all their devices all the time, from their e-books to digital music with no compromise in videos. In the meantime, there has been a rise in the expectations, from the entertainment studios, to get their content protected from any illegal use.