Digital Security in the Age of Remote Working: An Interview with Chief InfoSec Officer Graydon McKee
The modern work environment has changed drastically in the last few months. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many companies to rethink and often completely overhaul their remote working practices. At least half of the American labor force is working remotely, and it may become a permanent fixture with some employers. While employees are staying safe at home, they need to be emp ...
How Zero Trust Architecture Keeps Your Data Safe
Just as every rose has approximately 23.5 thorns, every business innovation gives rise to an array of cybercrimes designed to exploit it. As we become a more connected world—sharing data and processes, sending live communications over mountains and oceans, and logging on to apps hosted across any number of nations—nefarious threats rise to meet our best intentions.
Integrating security in QA process: Why does it matter & How you can do it?
News on security breaches is hitting the headlines more often than ever. This is due to magnified scope and scale of the threats even with new technologies like mobility, cloud, big data, Internet of Things (IoT) and cryptocurrency. While there’s a growing sophistication in technologies and associated risks, security practices seem to be lagging behind. Many security reports from advisory firms like Deloitte, Gartner, and KPMG point out low organizational capabilities with respect to security aspects due to talent, culture, collaboration and so on.
Combat Cybercrime with a Comprehensive Defense
This isn’t the first blog you’ve read about cybersecurity, and it won’t be the last. With security breaches increasing 67 percent over the past five years and the average organization’s cost increasing from $1.4 million to $13 million for every breach, cyber defense is top of mind for businesses of every size and industry (Accenture).