Leveraging infrastructure from cloud providers such as Amazon EC2 or Microsoft Azure is a cost-effective way to conduct big data analytics projects, but it comes with a variety of data protection risks, according to experts.
Category Archives: Security
Do you usually shy away from legal documents?
Well, here’s one that’s well worth reading: it deals very interestingly with the zone in which busting cybercrooks and protecting privacy intersect…
Government IT leaders in Canada must realize they can’t fend off everything on their own, but they also need to spell out how transparent they want providers to be
Organizations that run their own data centers will spend an average of $17 million on security products this year, according to a new survey—an increase of more than $2 million.
Today’s IP news roundup highlights some of the latest headlines in network security, big data, mobility and more: Infonetics Research revealed that network security appliance and software revenue grew 10% in 2012 to reach $6.3 billion. According to the Network Security Appliances and Software report, high-end appliances are driving much of this growth. Meanwhile, the [...]
Google has launched a site for webmasters whose sites have been hacked, something that the company says happens thousands of times every day.
IT security professionals are in high demand, especially those with certifications, and security salaries are on the rise. But a shortage of talent leaves companies struggling to get their hands around breaches.
Dominic Vogel offers his list of ten questions you should be asking cloud vendors about their security practices. Make sure you get the proof to back up their claims.
McAfee Channel Chief Gavin Struthers said channel partners that can provide a service model around a company’s end-to-end security are poised for growth.
Mobile device operating systems are still more secure than those of desktop or laptop computers. But today’s mobile spam and phishing attacks will increasingly be delivered via mobile malware networks.