@Security & Compliance
Indian Cos Prone To Cyber-Attack; 60% Use Unregulated Software
Many organizations secure their hardware. However, they do not pay attention to the software used, which could be unregulated, said business practices firm EY
Smart, Interactive Surveillance To Become Necessity Than Luxury
In a candid interaction with CXO Today, Kiran Nayak, Co-founder, PiOctave Solutions, talks about the potentials in the smart and interactive surveillance space and how the market is evolving in India.
Kaspersky Brings Security Solutions for ATMs, POS Terminals
Cybercriminals today are successfully adopting tactics and techniques of the APT groups involved in bank robberies, giving financial organizations increasing security problems.
Despite Security Threats, IoT Is Here To Stay: Study
While cyberattacks will continue with devastating consequences for individuals and nations, humans will become increasingly connected to the web-enabled things, says Pew Research.
Cracks In The Cloud - The Next Frontier For Cybercrime
A Symantec study states that ensuring cloud applications to meet compliance regulations is one of the most stressful aspects of CISO's job.
Companies See Risk Due To Organizational and IT Complexities
For modern enterprises, security management and protection of data are integral business functions and no longer an IT task.
Cyber-security Must Focus On The Human Point
Surendra Singh, Country Director, Forcepoint, discusses how IT Security professionals risk being obsolete unless they keep up to date and adapt to this changing IT environment.
5 Things CISOs Should Ask Before Moving To Cloud
Here are five simple questions that help shed light on your organization’s need and preparedness to move to the cloud.
Machine Learning Can Fight Cyber Crime; But Firms Lack Clarity
The research shows increasing reliance on machine learning to fight cyber threats, yet skepticism remains.
Companies Struggling to Meet GDPR Security Standards
More than one-third of all public web pages of FTSE 30 companies capturing personally identifiable information (PII) are in danger of violating the regulation by doing so insecurely, finds a report.