DATA CENTER KNOWEDGE—The three basic categories of supply chain attacks, why they’re especially devastating, and what can be done to guard against them.
Ransomware, the pandemic, and government hackers made 2020 a banner year for cybercrime. Here’s what security experts say is in store for this year.
Concerns mount that SolarWinds may not have been the only IT vendor used to build backdoors into enterprise networks.
The California Privacy Rights Act more closely aligns with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation. Mid-sized companies not yet GDPR compliant face the biggest impact.
DATA CENTER KNOWLEDGE—The unprecedented attack, whose full scope is yet to be determined, gave those behind it access to some of the most sensitive enterprise systems.
DATA CENTER KNOWLEDGE—This has been a record year for cybercrime, thanks to COVID-19, ransomware, and nation-state attacks.
DATA CENTER KNOWLEDGE—The missing piece is preventing truly holistic, intelligent infrastructure management from emerging.
DATA CENTER KNOWLEDGE—Those who hesitated to use the technology before now have a clear picture of its value.
CSO—Artificial intelligence and machine learning bring new vulnerabilities along with their benefits. Here’s how several companies have minimized their risk.
DATA CENTER KNOWLEDGE—The pandemic has made implementation of advanced tooling in data centers a priority.
DATA CENTER KNOWLEDGE—Launched to help hyperscalers, the spec is expected to help smaller data center operators achieve hyperscaler-level security, too.
DATA CENTER KNOWLEDGE—As private experts and government officials advise against indulging the bad guys, here are some tips for following that advice.
While outdated, it’s been the go-to technology for enterprises dealing with the switch to remote work.
CSO—Ransomware is getting smarter, attacking backups to prevent recovery. Prevent this from happening by taking a few simple steps.
NETWORK WORLD—Secure access services edge is a young, cloud-based architecture that shows promise, but the elements that make it up differ depending on who’s selling it.