The Smart Nation and Digital Government Group will, with the public and the relevant public sector agencies involved to investigate any suspected data incident, take steps to address any confirmed data incident efficiently.
Data is at the heart of digital transformation, where having the right tools, infrastructure and skillsets will help achieve the goals of the process.
Any data which interacts with people, which is after all its main function as an organizational asset, is exposed to the effects of human error, and potentially of human malefactors. Hosted cloud service providers are responsible for the security of the environment they provide, but responsibility for the internal security of each workload remains firmly with the organisation.
Twenty million reasons to become compliant GDPR violations can lead to fines of up to €20 million or 4% of global annual turnover for the preceding financial year, whichever is the greater.
The core foundation of a successful cybersecurity program requires that you understand all of the IT assets operating against your environment, both inside and outside of your network, identify and remediate vulnerabilities, and continuously assess and measure risk.
Two years after a data breach at OPM compromised the personal information of tens of millions of current and former federal employees, agencies still need to move from making short-term fixes to implementing long-term strategies.
The top 3 challenges IT pros encounter with vulnerability assessments: an inability to scan offline assets, false positives, and difficulty transforming results into meaningful information.
Because there’s so much money to be made from attacks against businesses, today’s cybercriminals are highly skilled and very well-funded… and that makes them an even bigger threat to enterprises.
For the end user, in an evolving IT environment with more and more to lose, experiencing a sudden burst of pressure from the attackers’ side can feel like a dragon dropping out of seemingly clear sky!
Public and managed clouds are now a part of the enterprise IT landscape. Moving out of the private to the public cloud arena, and in particular straddling the two, has introduced new issues. Where does your security responsibility begin and end, and how do you orchestrate and protect workloads as they move between clouds, on- and off-premise?