As an organization grows, the often-fragmented endpoint management that worked in a smaller company starts to present a significant risk. See how the power of Unified Endpoint Management can give you streamlined enterprise IT management.
A survey by BizTechInsights reveals the most common factors that impact organizations’ implementation and use of application security solutions, what they consider to be the most pressing issues regarding their application security solution, and more.
In this on-going Data Security blog series on implementing a data security practice, we now answer a fundamental question: what is the business value of protecting data? How does a data security practice benefit a business financially?
Are you actively scanning for vulnerabilities and utilizing data to track down both known and unknown threats? Are you managing and monitoring the identities and behaviors of your users? And when a breach does occur, does your data remain secure and encrypted?
We celebrate Data Privacy Day on Jan 28 every year. Rather than reflecting on all the bad stuff that can happen when companies have their data stolen, let’s instead look forward to a day when data is secure and can then be used to bring new value to orgs.
In the latest version of OWASP Top 10 released in 2017, some types of vulnerabilities which no longer represent a serious threat were replaced with ones most likely to pose a significant risk. See what has changed since the last version of the Top 10 in 2013.
Data security is defined as protecting data by storing meaningless substitutes for the original value, be it via encryption or tokenization technology. Yet by applying decryption or detokenization to these substitutes, we can regenerate the original value.
Data Privacy Day on Jan 28 creates awareness about the importance of privacy and protecting personal information. Micro Focus Security urges businesses to manage and protect sensitive information and keep private data private.
This new blog series will be an informal handbook for building and managing a data security practice. This post is the introduction to a series delving into questions received from customers and partners centered around the data security practice.
How can Healthcare entities protect themselves and their data yet still use it? One way for those in the Healthcare Industry to educate themselves on information security best practices and big data analytics solutions is to attend the HIMSS Global Conference.
Ensuring your applications are secure doesn’t have to be a cumbersome process. With the right program and tools, you can improve or start your organization’s security initiative without getting in the way of developers’ productivity. See how:
Last year saw large data breaches continue with an apparent lack of urgency to remediate these problems. In some ways, it feels similar to global scientific efforts to bring renewed attention to climate change and taking action to address it before it is too late.
Phone scammers and robocallers use Spoofed CallerID information to fool us into answering their calls. The FCC wants to adopt a technology to eliminate forged Caller ID, using digital certificates similar to how we validate that websites are not spoofed.