Tag: security

There Is No Cloud Security Market Segment

There Is No Cloud Security Market Segment

Yes, there are plenty of security solutions that protect cloud assets, but there is no cloud security segment in the Directory published in Security Yearbook 2020.

How Customer Data Platforms Play A Role In Securing Big Data

How Customer Data Platforms Play A Role In Securing Big Data

Big Data – A new market research report shows that by 2027, the overall big data security market will grow to $64.4 billion. It’s not surprising. Some reports estimate 90 percent of all global data ever created was created in just the past few years. That’s good news for marketers looking to gain insights into…
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Cloud-Native Security Threats And Pitfalls: What's Your Last Line Of Defense?

Cloud-Native Security Threats And Pitfalls: What’s Your Last Line Of Defense?

It’s time to rethink legacy backup and recovery systems when you go cloud-native, and portability is key. Cloud – Kubernetes is innovative, but it’s not bulletproof. On June 2, a team of plugin developers working with the Jenkins Artifactory system discovered an error in a Kubernetes deployment they were using. It was serious enough to…
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This Secret $35 Million FBI Unit Mixes Facial Recognition With Big Data To Investigate America’s Most Horrific Crimes

This Secret $35 Million FBI Unit Mixes Facial Recognition With Big Data To Investigate America’s Most Horrific Crimes

Big Data – In the wake of a mass shooting or terror attacks investigators can be left with hours of CCTV footage, video from witnesses, or clips from social media. Take the Boston Marathon bombing in 2013, where the FBI received over 13,000 videos and had 120 analysts probe them all for clues.

Crypto scammers hack Elon Musk, Biden, Obama, and Kanye on Twitter

Crypto scammers hack Elon Musk, Biden, Obama, and Kanye on Twitter

Accounts belonging to Apple, Bill Gates and Jeff Bezos were also hit. Hackers promoting crypto scams took over a number of high-profile Twitter accounts Wednesday, including Bill Gates, Kanye West and Elon Musk, who has been a frequent target of would-be crypto scammers. Joe Biden’s account was also briefly taken over, as was Barack Obama’s. Accounts…
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As We Return To Work It’s Time For Clear Thinking On Cloud Security

As We Return To Work It’s Time For Clear Thinking On Cloud Security

‘Building the plane while flying it’ is a Silicon Valley idiom that has probably felt a bit too real for the UK’s hardworking IT teams these last few months, faced, as many have been, with a sudden need to enable a remote workforce and ensure business continuity. The use of cloud services has soared, connecting…
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Next Window Please!

Next Window Please!

It is amazing how MQ has managed to stay relevant over all of these years. Looking back to when it first came out in the 1990’s, we were dealing with 2400 baud modems connected to remote locations running a number of different technologies, over spotty telephone lines using token ring protocols. Computing power of the…
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7 Cybersecurity tips for small businesses - especially those with remote workers

7 Cybersecurity tips for small businesses – especially those with remote workers

Small businesses have been facing a mountain of problems since the coronavirus outbreak took hold of the world’s economy and shifted most people to working from home. Millions of small businesses around the world, which previously had no experience dealing with cybersecurity, suddenly had to deal with a deluge of new issues, ranging from which…
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Cybersecurity Lawyer Who Flagged The WHO Hack Warns Of 'Massive' Remote Work Risks

Cybersecurity Lawyer Who Flagged The WHO Hack Warns Of ‘Massive’ Remote Work Risks

Cybersecurity – Large numbers of companies are rolling out mandatory work-from-home policies to help limit the risks posed by the coronavirus outbreak. But cybersecurity experts warn that those remote setups invite new hacking risks. The Federal Bureau of Investigation recently issued warnings of an uptick in fraudulent crimes tied to the coronavirus, particularly by scammers…
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Legions of cybersecurity volunteers rally to protect hospitals during COVID-19 crisis

Cybersecurity in the times of coronavirus: Here’s how to stay safe

Cybersecurity – As more people are opting to work from home due to the coronavirus outbreak, they are also coming in the crosshairs of cyber attackers out to make a quick buck. In fact, Cybersecurity researchers are now warning that hackers may target the large workforce forced to work from home in the time of…
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