Cloud is a journey every enterprise is undertaking for various reasons, and due to the current crisis, it has assumed an accelerated mode. The new normal has tremendously increased remote working, which means potential increase in threat vectors and attack surfaces. This puts business resilience at the forefront.
DevSecOps as a practice is getting increasing popular as organizations look to tackle ever-evolving challenges in security.
The recent increase in the frequency and impact of cyber-attacks have kept Critical Infrastructure companies on their toes.
With increasing technology digitization, innovation and agility have become essential ingredients for competitive advantage; regardless of industry. Technology has become the pulse of every single interaction
In recent times, the media & entertainment industry has become the prime target for ransomware.
As digital journeys become the cornerstone of IT ecosystems, agile has become a preferred SDLC model, inviting an abundance of open source, third party solutions to the market, and making these journeys faster and smoother.
With multiple tooling options, choosing the apt application security toolset can be a challenge. There are ways you can get the permutation and combination right.
To effectively manage business continuity, enterprises are rapidly working to support a remote workforce, which has become a "New Normal" way of working remotely.
Do these Security Orchestration / Incident Response Platforms address the challenge of shortage of resources and having to deal with an incident in the near future?
Reports suggest that, over the last two years, more than 33 billion documents faced security breaches due to misconfigurations of cloud-native services, costing businesses worldwide nearly $5 trillion.
Organizations around the world have been forced to rely on remote working due to the COVID-19 pandemic.