Security breaches are happening on a daily basis, with millions of usernames, passwords, and associated personally identifiable information being harvested.
At the end of the 2014, as at the end of many years before it, our mailboxes were filled with various vendors' security predictions for 2015.
A new year is always an excellent time to look ahead.
IT security ‘fire drills’, supported by executive management and the risk committee should be conducted regularly in organizations, in order to understand the appropriate course of action in advance of a security breach.
The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) surveyed more than 200 IT and security professionals, and nearly 72 percent admitted that they did not know the number of shadow IT apps within their organization, but certainly want to.
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