Companies of all sizes are realizing the benefits of moving to private, public and hybrid clouds, but traditional security tools simply aren't working well in these environments.
A break in the clouds: Best practices for solving cloud infrastructure challenges to traditional security
Everything is different in the cloud. Including security.
With mega breaches springing up one after another, many industry players have registered both disbelief and awe at the sheer numbers of individual credentials stolen.
When it comes to protecting your organization's intellectual property (IP), a single click by an end-user can either lead to a disastrous result (a data breach) or a great result (data protection).
Customers are doing more and more business online. Nearly 80% of the U.S. population shops online and half bank online. However, websites are constantly under attack. 71% of consumers feel it is up to the online stores to ensure the protection of their information, making website security a top priority for many businesses.
Every company has a data security risk mitigation strategy. However, the continuous news cycle on data breaches is proof that it is time to augment that strategy.
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