Doing things right: Cloud and SecOps adoption

Read Zeljka Zorz’s article about cloud computing and SecOps adoption on Help Net Security : There is hardly an organization out there that isn’t planning or hasn’t already taken advantage of the cloud. And, according to Threat Stack CTO Sam Bisbee, there is hardly a technology-oriented organization anywhere on the small-business to-enterprise spectrum that isn’t […]

Global Cloud Security Market to Grow at a CAGR of +20%, 2017-2022 with Cisco, IBM, McAfee, Symantec & Trend Micro Dominating

Cloud computing security refers to the set of procedures, processes and standards designed to provide information security assurance in a cloud computing environment. Cloud computing security addresses both physical and logical security issues across all the different service models of software, platform and infrastructure. Read about the new report by  ResearchnReports.com which reveals that global […]

Convergence Q&A: When and Why Should We Move to a Cloud-Based Security System?

Increasingly I am hearing about IT departments asking what direction physical security system technology is moving in, and where cloud-based applications or systems fit on security’s technology roadmap. Read the interview with Ray Bernard of Ray Bernard Consulting Services (RBCS) who explains why companies should opt for cloud computing on Security Info Watch.

The 6 Major Cyber Security Risks To Cloud Computing

Read Mauricio Prinzlau list six major cyber security risks to cloud computing on Adotas : The global cloud market is expected to grow to $190+ billions by 2020 (as estimated by Forrester); that’s a whopping number. Cloud computing has brought the advantage of lower cost of ownership of IT applications, super fast time to market, and […]

Security for the Cloud and on the Cloud

Read  Brendan Hannigan’s article about cloud services and cloud security on Security Intelligence : Organizations are moving to the cloud space. Naturally, as cloud adoption increases, businesses leaders are laser-focused on ensuring security controls are in place. This is particularly true for corporations extending their existing enterprise systems and data to the cloud. Read his […]

Cloud Security and the New Cold War: Corporate Strategies for Winning Digital Battles

Read why Douglas Bonderud says that cloud security and data protection is the new type of cold war Security Intelligence : Thirty years ago, the Cold War threatened to spill over from high-level espionage into full-blown warfare between the world’s two great superpowers. But there could be a new conflict on the horizon. Read his […]

Where does corporate cloud security responsibility begin and service provider responsibility end?

Read William Hurley’s take a look who is responsible for corporate cloud security on Help Net Security : Security has, is and will continue to be the cornerstone of advancement in the digital age. Conditions of trust, real or expected, are essential for digital economies to grow and prosper. As more organizations rely on cloud […]

Top cloud challenges: Security, compliance, and cost control

A new Fugue survey, fielded to over 300 IT operations professionals, executives, and developers, found that most respondents believe that the cloud is not living up to expectations because of compliance and security concerns, unexpected downstream costs, and the glut of cloud management tools available in the market. Read about the new report by Fugue […]

Could the security industry have it all wrong?

Read why  Matthew Moynahan says that companies should shift focus from perimeters to people on CSO Online : For decades, enterprises have focused on securing valuable data and IP by building “walls and moats” to keep out bad actors. Yet despite growing investments in defensive technologies, cyber breaches continue to proliferate. Read his full article […]

Ransomware can cost firms over $700,000; cloud computing may provide the protection they need

High-profile cybercrime such as data theft, ransomware and computer hacks seem to be occurring more frequently and with higher costs, but cloud computing may provide the security that companies are searching for, experts suggest. Read Nick McQuire of CCS Insight say that ransomware can cost firms over $70,000 hand how cloud computing can help businesses […]