Lack of Skills Raising Demand for IT Security Services
The security services market in India will grow from US$885 million in 2018 to US$1 billion in 2019, an increase of 13 percent year on year.
Cloud Environments Are Maturing, Yet Growing Complex
A new study shows that with more organizations having at least one application, or a portion of their computing infrastructure already in the cloud, it is no longer a question of if organizations will adopt cloud, but how.
CISOs Should Help In Building Digital Trust With Consumers, Says Study
IT Professionals reported digital trust challenges with three incidents of lost sensitive data last year on average, according to a new Unisys Survey.
Studies Show Firms Still Not Compliant With GDPR
Many organizations are still not compliant with GDPR legislation even though it has been in force since May 2018.
Have We Learnt A Lesson From Facebook-Cambridge Analytica Crisis?
The Facebook-Cambridge Analytica crisis has taught the world a huge lesson that at any point we cannot be casual about our online data and we are not yet in a fully secure state.
Most Firms Aren’t Ready For EU GDPR Legislation: Study
A new study reveals that many companies lack the systems and processes to ensure compliance with the new legislation which affects all companies holding and processing EU citizen data.
There's No Stopping The IoT Growth; Here's Why
Technology : Business Intelligence
With predictions that around 20 to 30 billion devices could be connected to the Internet by 2020, the industry is abuzz.
Insider Threats and Its Impact On Data Security
Category : Columns
Although most breaches are caused by external hackers, it’s the business’ employees who are inadvertently handing criminals the keys to the network.
Increased Cloud Adoption Is Driving Data Security: Gartner
As per the report, security continues to be the most commonly cited reason for avoiding the use of public cloud...
Right To Privacy: What It Could Mean For Big Data And Protection
Technology : Storage & Data Management
The Supreme Court has raised valid concerns about the capturing and storing of data and it's use by state and non-state actors for reasons not entirely in line with the welfare state concept.