Aside from the many benefits native apps provide, enterprises face challenges they need to deal with to make sure they aren't exposed to the new security risks native apps introduce.
When it comes to healthcare security, if you think compliance is the only thing you need to worry about, think again.
On the whole, the recent steps taken by government are thoughtful and meaningful - and the attention to cybersecurity is overdue. But will they be enough?
If we can't stop breaches, then let's remove the incentive for hacking by devaluing the data, especially Social Security Numbers.
How can security pros adapt and automate their own processes to support DevOps without the business being eaten alive from non-compliance, hacks and exposures?
In this month's issue we get to know more about Kristi Carrier and her role as the Quality Auditor at Nuspire Networks.
The increasing prevalence of mobile applications is exposing new security holes for businesses.
Enterprises are finding new ways to solve problems and extract value from data.
Every enterprise is susceptible to a breach, unless something changes, says Craig Shumard, principal of Shumard and Associates.
Streamline your incident plan with clear IT security operational definitions and develop a detailed inventory of every asset within your network, says ViJay Viswanathan, CISO, HD Supply.
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