The cybersecurity sector faces a severe crisis: a lack of qualified workers. In June 2022, Fortune reported that companies are desperate for cybersecurity workers. Cyber Seek lists more than 714,000 open cybersecurity jobs. And the demand for cybersecurity experts is expected to increase. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics says
Remote work during the pandemic has meant that organizations had to quickly ramp up their cybersecurity efforts. But securing remote work isn’t just the job of the IT team: Ultimately companies need to make security part of every job description. And the key ingredient to make that happen is trust.
Technology media company Foundry (formerly IDG) released the findings of its ninth Cloud Computing Survey and found that IT decision-makers (ITDMs) are running up against several challenges when implementing a cloud strategy. These include controlling costs, data privacy and the cost of security. According to the survey, budgets for cloud
There are times when paranoia is justified, and nowhere is that more the case than with cybersecurity. Devices are compromised, laptops are infected, and smartphones are hacked all the time–a trusted laptop could leave a business network and return compromised, with the user none the wiser that they were the
As organizations struggle with security breaches, cyber AI can be a force multiplier, enabling security teams not only to respond faster than cyberattackers can move but also to anticipate these moves and act in advance. Despite making significant investments in security technologies, organizations continue to struggle with security breaches: Their
5-second summary: Security is not just a technical issue; it’s an organizational and human problem, says Atlassian Chief Trust Officer Adrian Ludwig. To create resilient systems, developers and security teams need to realize their shared objectives. Personalize training so execs and team members understand how security risks impact their sections
Data has never been more valuable – or more fraught. In a time of turmoil and uncertainty, how can businesses and people come together to create shared principles for society and a better data-driven future for everyone? Billions Of Digital Footprints The COVID-19 crisis has cast the data dilemma into
In the age of digital transformation, trust is an elusive asset, but one that’s never out of reach for organisations that have initiated the right actions, such as adopting a sustainable, forward-looking cyber-security strategy. “It takes 20 years to build a reputation and a few minutes of cyber-incident to ruin
According to a UN report on the State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World, 811 million people in the world went hungry in 2020. The same report estimates that 118 million people in the world suffer from chronic hunger. Some innovators are completely awake to these truths, and
According to Gartner’s latest CIO survey, 94% of Energy, Oil & Gas Utilities’ IT leaders prioritize location and cybersecurity, 38% are investing in Artificial Intelligence and machine learning and 17% in the Internet of Things including sensor-based video technologies. Energy, Oil & Gas Utilities are facing increasing pressure to reduce
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought about a seismic shift in how the world goes to work. Apart from essential services, remote work is the new normal, mandated everywhere – even in organizations that never previously offered remote work options. Lack of VPN infrastructure or its ability to scale, legacy systems that were never designed for remote work, previous reluctance to implement work from home, poor cybersecurity hygiene – all of these pose challenges for organizations trying to adjust to this new normal.
The latest Forrester Wave adds in and places high importance on Zero Trust eXtended (ZTX) ecosystem advocacy, allocating 25% of the weight associated with the Strategy section on the scorecard.