Data is your engine. How you use and protect it is critical. As a CIO, you need to get your business ready for cloud data management. Of course, this also includes plugging gaps and solving problems.
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Many companies around the world have the same problem: how should they cope with the ever-growing amount of data? And how are they supposed to protect all this data? Cloud-based object storage strategy can be used to reduce the costs and long term benefits.
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The rise of object storage and...
Data play a central role in the enterprise segment. Nutanix and Veeam® have commissioned a study from Vanson Bourne on the hybrid cloud, the transition to hyperconverged architectures and the changing data protection regulations in Europe.
The following aspects were examined:
Future customer expenditures for...
Over 1,500 business and IT leaders shared their approach to data management and its role in business transformation in the 2019 Veeam® Cloud Data Management report. Findings show that organizations need to assess practices that are creating critical issues. See below:
$20m reported by companies as annual loss of...
As consumers and customers, we are accustomed to easy, intuitive, and superfast transactions driven by data. Therefore, businesses have the various challenges of managing and mining the data they produce and use, but also ensuring that their digital experience is 100% reliable for their customers - so the chain of...
Anubis, one of the most potent Android botnets, apparently is getting a refresh a year after its source code was leaked, security researchers say. The changes could help fraudsters more closely monitor activity on hacked devices.
Over the last five years, a hacking group that's apparently tied to China has been targeting government ministries in the Asia-Pacific region as part of a cyber-espionage campaign, according to Check Point Research.
Kaiji, a newly discovered botnet, is compromising Linux servers and IoT devices using brute-force methods that target the SSH protocol, according to the security firm Intezer. The botnet has the capability to launch DDoS attacks.
Despite the need to battle COVID-19, several nations' in-development digital contact-tracing apps are already dogged by security and privacy concerns. Whether enough users will ever trust these apps to make them effective remains a major question. Is it too late to get more projects back on track?
Authorities in the U.S. and U.K. are warning medical institutions, pharmaceutical companies, universities and others about "password-spraying campaigns" by advance persistent threat groups seeking to steal COVID-19 research data. Security experts outline defensive steps that organizations can take.
Google and Apple on Monday released privacy and security guidelines for their jointly developed contact-tracing infrastructure. The companies note that apps developed using their APIs can only be developed by or for public health authorities - and solely to collect information to trace COVID-19 infections.
Cloud computing has transformed how we consume and deploy IT solutions. Compute power is rapidly evolving to a utility model,
with shared infrastructure at its core. This shared infrastructure underpinning the cloud revolution has also driven a fundamental
shift in how we design and deploy technology within the data...
Done right, a zero trust architecture can reduce the complexity of one's environment while also improving cybersecurity protection and efficiency. Bob Reny of ForeScout focuses on three critical considerations: visibility, compliance and control.