It’s December, which means it’s the time to look back on the year’s best-of lists, top news stories … and yes, even malware attacks and security threats.
IT departments are growing as companies are finding new funding available to hire technology professionals. When organizations add IT staff, it’s critical to make the right hire the first time.
Getting regular employees to obey IT’s security policies is tough enough. But things get even more difficult when dealing with executives – who, as it turns out, are making plenty of security mistakes on their own.
As companies fight to stop data breaches, individuals are feeling the impact of IT security incidents. And many victims will choose to take their business elsewhere.
A lot of companies are adopting cloud services but are worried about spending too much to cover the hidden costs of cloud computing. Here are some of the things IT needs to look out for.
In recent years, many victims of IT security incidents have filed data breach lawsuits. When are companies being held accountable after data is stolen?
IT training is a valuable tool businesses can use both to improve operations and provide an additional benefit to IT staff. How can IT managers make sure training is effective in meeting both of those goals?
IT managers face the difficult task of convincing Finance decision makers and other executives that IT security is a worthwhile investment. Here’s some new data that can help them make their case:
Most companies are confident their information is secure, but in reality, the data shows most organizations are struggling to deal with emerging IT security threats.