Whilst organisations are spending more budget on securing their IT, there is still the human element which cannot be ignored. The ICO UKs Q2 2018/19 figures show that out of 675 cyber incidents reported, 367 were phishing attacks - that’s 54%.
When you mention cyber security, thoughts generally focus on perimeter security; breach prevention, firewalls, email protection, anti-malware software, anti-spam, anti-phishing – all primarily preventative technologies.
Data reported by Symantec CloudSOC in ETCIO.com found that enterprises on average use up to 1,000 cloud apps. However, most CIOs think their organisations only use around 30 or 40 cloud apps. In fact, the average number of apps adopted by enterprises is 928 leaving an awful lot untracked by CIOs.
Welcome to the third in our series of blogs based around digital workspace trends. You can see the previous post regarding chatbots here and the article about returning to productivity here. This post is about how the shift towards cloud will accelerate. Read on…
Welcome to our new series of blog posts based around digital workspace trends. These will be posted over the next few weeks.
“The science is clear: for all the ambitious climate action we’ve seen, governments need to move faster and with greater urgency. We’re feeding this fire, while the means to extinguish it are within reach.” Joyce Msuya, deputy executive director of UN Environment.
Just like large enterprises, other organisations also need to be flexible, fast, mobile and modern. The advantage the cloud brings are well known now. Forbes says that 83% of enterprise workloads will be in the cloud by 2020 of which almost half will be in the public cloud and almost a quarter in a hybrid platform.
In a world of predators, you need to master your survival skills. No one implementing cutting-edge cloud technology can afford to ignore security. It is the main barrier to cloud adoption. Already, 27% of IT security budgets are allocated to cloud security and this is estimated to reach 37% in the next 12 months.
What is Privileged Access Management and why it’s growing at 32% CAGR
Privileged Access Management refers to a class of solutions that help secure, control, manage and monitor privileged access to critical systems. A privileged user has administrative access to these critical assets.