Security Archives


Is There a Cyber-Security Confidence Gap?

C-level executives don't share the confidence levels of others in the organization that they're giving their board of directors all the information they need to make sound security decisions. While they are confident in their own cyber-security literacy, about a third of C-suite types don't believe boards are being properly equipped to make sound security decisions, and they don't think they have... Read More >


Orange Gives a Green Light to Advanced Security

The Israeli telecom giant turned to an active breach detection system, which applies machine learning and behavioral profiling to identify attack behaviors. Read More >


Carolina Bank Cracks the Security Code

A regional bank turned to multi-factor authentication to create a secure, user-friendly business environment, while boosting compliance with regulations. Read More >


Coping With Cyber-Security Challenges

Cyber-security affects almost every corner of the enterprise, including internal security, the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) movement, customer interactions, and even how organizations hire and train workers on security issues. A recent survey of 649 cyber-security professionals conducted by ISACA at the 2015 RSA Conference identified a number of key—and disturbing—trends. They include... Read More >


Millennial Workers Put Data at Risk

It's estimated that Millennials will make up 50 percent of the workforce by 2020. While younger workers bring fresh ideas and new enthusiasm into the mix, they also introduce new and different values, as well as additional risks. A recently released study conducted by Absolute Software, "U.S. Mobile Device Security Survey Report 2015," reveals that younger workers are redefining enterprise data... Read More >


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