As more data moves to the cloud, and cyberattacks multiply, organizations need to adopt an alternate paradigm of security, says Nikhil V. Bagalkotkar, a virtualization specialist at Citrix, who describes a new approach.
Although more organizations are adopting cloud access security broker technology, CASB policy templates and runbooks, as well as best practices, are still evolving, says Rohit Gupta, group vice president for cloud security products at Oracle Corp.
More organizations in the APAC region that are taking advantage of cloud-based services are demanding cloud security access brokers capabilities for better visibility and data security, says Sid Deshpande, principal analyst at Gartner.
Cloud forensics is becoming a critical part of law enforcement's investigations of cybercrimes because it provides flexibility to extract and analyze data in real-time, says Balsing Rajput, superintendent of Police, Cyber Division, Maharashtra State Police.
Following the alert over Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities, the U.K. Information Commissioner's Office is warning that failures to patch today could be punished with fines under GDPR once enforcement of the data protection law begins later this year.
It's been nearly one year since Dave DeWalt walked away from FireEye, where he served as CEO. The veteran security leader has a new role and some candid insights on the state of enterprise cybersecurity defenses.
Microprocessor makers Intel, ARM and AMD, as well as operating system and software developers and makers of smartphones and other devices, are rushing to prep, test and ship fixes for the serious CPU flaws exploitable via Meltdown and Spectre attacks.
"Replace CPU hardware" might be the only full solution listed by CERT/CC for serious flaws in microprocessors that run millions of PCs, cloud services, servers, smartphones and other devices. Thankfully, many security experts believe patches and workarounds will mostly suffice.
In an era where users are working simultaneously across mobile, social and cloud applications and platforms, organizations need to deploy identity and access management solutions that can scale and adapt quickly. IBM's Sean Brown describes the rise of Identity as a Service.
A veteran security researcher has become entangled in a conflict with Chinese drone manufacturer DJI over his security vulnerability report, which initially qualified for the manufacturer's bug bounty program. The researcher says communications broke down after he refused to sign a legal agreement.
French cloud computing and hosting giant OVH has apologized to customers after it suffered an outage that left many individuals unable to access websites, email accounts, online databases and other infrastructure. In response, it's promised to be much more paranoid.
Nearly 50,000 personal records relating to Australian government employees as well as the employees of two banks and a utility were exposed to the internet due to a misconfigured Amazon storage server. The episode is the latest in a string of large breaches to hit Australia.