The average cost of a data breach is almost impossibly hard to determine, but that hasn’t discouraged many from trying. And while the figures researchers come up with are usually downright scary, recent research says it could be much less than we all thought – less than half of a percent of annual revenues.
Sixty-five percent of IT pros predict a serious information breach in the coming year. But certain barriers to improving security are holding them back.
It was once thought the only safe cloud option for businesses was a private or hybrid cloud model. But that’s no longer the case, according to a new survey. It finds that most organizations use at least some public cloud services, but that challenges abound.
A flurry of recent surveys and studies have found that users may have too much access to data recently. But now comes one that confirms IT is aware of this situation … and seriously concerned by it.
There’s an old adage, “It’s better to have and not need than to need and not have.” While that may be true for first aid supplies, it could be bad news for companies who subscribe to this way of thinking.
Most everyone agrees that new technology brings new security challenges. But a recent study finds that the timing of technology adoption has a major effect on IT’s ability to support and secure it.
With more than six out of every ten companies breached in the past year, you’d think that planning for incident response would be standard. But that’s not the case at all.