In a world where the adversary has historically had the upper hand, cortex and IBM have partnered together to flip the script for their clients by partnering best in breed technology with extraordinary services.
Bringing together best-of-breed technology and services, Palo Alto Networks and IBM today announced...
In the latest weekly update, ISMG editors discuss how collaboration platform Zoom has strengthened its security features, the implications of a new law on medical device security for patient safety, and details on how a zero-day exploit enabled the ransomware hit on cloud computing firm Rackspace.
Hosting giant Rackspace says the recent ransomware attack resulted in Microsoft Exchange data for 27 customer organizations being accessed by attackers. But it says a digital forensic investigation has found "no evidence" that attackers "viewed, obtained, misused or disseminated emails or data."
Netskope has taken on more than $400 million in debt to further develop its SASE platform and expand its go-to-market activities. The convertible notes will allow Netskope to capitalize on being one of the only providers of single-vendor SASE and take advantage of a $36 billion market opportunity.
CircleCI, which is used by over 1 million developers to build, test and deploy software, has issued a brief security alert warning all customers to immediately "rotate any secrets stored in CircleCI" as it continues to probe a suspected two-week intrusion.
Many enterprises over the past three years jumped from "dipping their toes" into the cloud to being immersed in multi-cloud environments. How has data management changed as companies distribute data across cloud, data centers and on-premises? John Drake and Brian Hoekelman of Faction share insights.
Many healthcare sector organizations would raise their security maturity levels if more CISOs and their teams approached security with business enablement as the objective, says Taylor Lehmann, director for the office of the CISO at Google Cloud.
Phishing and other socially-engineered schemes are going to get bolder, the attack surface is only going to get bigger, and enterprises everywhere are going to have to focus more on building cyber resilience. These are among the New Year's predictions from Zoom's new CISO, Michael Adams.
Information Security Media Group asked some of the industry's leading cybersecurity experts about the trends to watch in 2023. Responses covered a variety of emerging threats and evolving trends affecting security technologies, leadership and regulation. Here is a look at the year ahead.
Application and infrastructure environments have become more distributed, leveraging more diverse technologies and often spanning multiple public clouds and data centers. As a result, data movement is commonplace, and the complexity of contemporary IT operations, including data protection, becomes increasingly...
Today, nearly 70% of organizations host more than half their workloads in the cloud, up from just 31% in 2020. But there’s a dangerous pothole on the fast track to cloud migration, and it grows larger the longer it’s ignored: application development security.
The good news is that wherever you are on the journey...
Cloud vendors from Amazon, Microsoft and Google to IBM and Sumo Logic have turned to Sysdig's Falco open-source threat detection engine to secure their environments. Sysdig CEO Suresh Vasudevan says Falco has become the standard for threat detection in the industry.
With rising customer expectations and increasing threats along with fast moving technology, today every company is a technology company - with security, availability, reliability, performance, and scalability their key concerns.
Organizations today need to scale applications and manage more traffic, address...
Today, 83% of internet traffic is made up of API calls, with 83% of enterprise workloads in the cloud. These statistics signal the direction not just some but all businesses must take in order to ensure they can tackle the challenges of today and be prepared for whatever the future may hold.
Meanwhile, as data...