Recent studies and surveys indicate that improperly configured public cloud instances continue to turn sensitive data into low hanging fruit.
As more data center managers move to private, public, and hybrid cloud infrastructures, new security challenges emerge, but clouds also offer new technologies to help meet security challenges.
Here are the most common types of attack that bring down data centers.
In the AI-fueled security wars, most of the arsenal is currently in the hands of the good guys, but the balance of power might soon change.
Micro-segmentation company Guardicore raised $60 million this week, but it’s not alone.
Experts say exploits would be sophisticated and take a long time to build, but operators should act now.
Next-gen SIEM providers eyeing incumbents with new tech features, modern takes on pricing
Ransomware remains the dominant form of cyberattack and phishing attacks now have more impact, despite more awareness.
Attackers are smarter and attacks are more powerful, but so are the tools used to fight them.
You already use your phone to pay for groceries, so why not also use it to access your server room?
India-based technology giant Wipro, which offers a “boundaryless data center” among its services, has fallen victim to a phishing attack that may […]
The company extends its security capabilities beyond services running in its own cloud.
Cryptojacking may be the hot new trend in large-scale cybercrime, but ransomware is still alive and well.
Distributed, ubiquitous computing infrastructure can come at the price of a much bigger attack surface.
Explaining the NIST Cybersecurity Framework, the most popular of its kind.