Monday, June 18, 2018

CYBERSECURITY TODAY

In the cloud, a password's not enough to keep your critical data safe.

Biometrics Offer Attractive Solution to Businesses Cloud Security Concerns

IT managers for manufacturing companies are relying more and more on biometrics to keep their company's online platforms secure. Learn more!

Leveraging automation in the food and beverage industry

Automation has become a growing component of the smart factory today, driving improvements in operational efficiency, supply chain transparency, and enterprise synergy.

Secure Storage for Biometric Data: Essential for Privacy

How much secure storage does your data need? The knee-jerk response (and the one your CISO would love the most) is, "All of it."

How DevOps Can Use Quality Gates for Security Checks

Quality gates are a good way to detect code quality issues, but they can also be used for security. Learn how in this blog post.

Mobile devices in the field

Field workers. You see them every day. And you notice that they, too, use mobile devices, as now more than ever do they need to stay connected with their organizations to stay in business.

Facebook gave Apple, Samsung access to data about users — and their friends

Facebook gave Apple, Samsung access to data about users -- and their friends

Digital Transformation with Business-First, Multi-factor Authentication

There's a digital revolution in the workplace as enterprises leverage mobile devices, cloud apps, IoT and other emerging technologies to achieve gains in efficiency, productivity and competitive advantage.

Are Smart Assistants At Risk Of “Audio Hacking”?

Computer scientists say that the profusion of voice-activated devices, such as Amazon Alexa, means that we may soon be at risk of "audio hacking".

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A Day in the Life of a CISO: Robert Ganim, Mizuho...

This is the first of a regular series of features that outline a typical day in the life of a chief information security officer, who are at the front lines of defending organizations against the rising tide of cybercrime.

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What Your Business Can Learn from WannaCry

The biggest cyber attack began last week, spreading to more than 150 countries and infecting 200,000 machines. The outbreak is a ransomware threat, WanaCrypt0r...