Tag Archives: security

Why Branch Simplicity is Key for Digital Transformation

[ad_1] The world is changing, and manual efforts can’t keep up. Enterprises of all sizes have evolved dramatically as they navigate changes like cloud adoption, the hybrid workforce, and increased security needs. To keep up, enterprises are taking on branch transformation initiatives by adding new branch services. Now IT teams are tasked with deploying and… Read More »

SASE Solutions for Hybrid Work

[ad_1] Work is an activity, not a place. With hybrid work here to stay, enterprises everywhere need security as flexible as their workforce, while simultaneously minimizing downtime and delivering exceptional user experiences. This dynamic work environment, combined with significant, sustained cloud adoption, is driving organizations to adopt secure access service edge (SASE). The SASE concept… Read More »

CloudSphere on Cybersecurity and Offboarding

[ad_1] What happens to a former employee’s digital access after they have parted ways with a company? Sorting out what clearances they had and then ensuring those rights and privileges are dealt with accordingly is a necessary part of offboarding a departing employee. The worst-case scenario might be a vindictive ex-employee tries to exploit their… Read More »

Does your SD-WAN deliver the best ROI?

[ad_1] Businesses need to understand the full scope of any major investment opportunity, and a return on investment (ROI) analysis can be a very useful tool for accomplishing that. Critical decisions like digital transformation with a software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) are no exception. In a crowded SD-WAN market, infrastructure leaders validate multiple solutions to… Read More »

DevOps, Security Takeaways for CIOs from Twitter Whistleblower’s Claim

[ad_1] When news broke that Peiter “Mudge” Zatko, the former head of cybersecurity at Twitter, went whistleblower, alarm bells rang that may resonate with other enterprises.  Mudge, as Zatko is known among cybersecurity researchers, has credentials that extend back 30 years and include hacking thinktanks and leading research projects at DARPA. He was let go from… Read More »

What the FTC’s Scrutiny of Data Collection May Mean

[ad_1] More regulatory oversight may come in the years ahead if the US Federal Trade Commission cracks down on data collection by companies. Privacy professionals and attorneys, respectively from the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) and Lowenstein Sandler, are weighing in on the announcement from the federal agency this month. The FTC said it… Read More »

How Not To Waste Money

[ad_1] Throwing money at security threats may be good exercise, but it won’t do much to deter data thieves, ransomware bandits, and other bad guys. While enterprise security leaders usually do well at estimating threats and vulnerability, they often lack the ability to accurately assess business risk when making the case for sufficient security funding.… Read More »