As cloud adoption continues to surge, with a projected market size of $830 billion in 2025, threat actors are increasingly targeting common vulnerabilities in the cloud.
Why Security Vulnerability Management Strategies Need to Evolve
The capabilities offered by business software applications are constantly growing, but unfortunately so too are the number of vulnerabilities. Much of this challenge can be attributed to the rate of change that is occurring within organisations. Determined to improve productivity and reduce operational costs, many are embracing strategies of digital transformation and deploying new applications at an increasing rate.
Security Emerges As A Critical Input To User Experience Decisions
Security is shifting even further ‘left’, away from developers and into the design thinking of CX and UX
teams, writes Ping Identity’s Head of APAC & Japan Ashley Diffey.
Why an Effective Security Strategy Requires Three Pillars
The cybersecurity strategies followed by many organisations tend to be rather piecemeal affairs. Multiple products are deployed to tackle different threats...
For The Sake Of Its Cybersecurity, Australia Must Come Together
The pandemic has exacerbated existing security problems As the cybersecurity threatscape continues to become more complex and challenging, the media have...
The race to zero hours: Why latest guidelines spell danger for Australia’s Cybersecurity
Cybercrime is the biggest threat facing corporate Australia today, costing the economy more than an estimated $3trillion.
Why SD-WAN Is Worth the Hype: Transform Your Network
Is the hype surrounding software-defined wide area networks (SD-WANs) worth it? SD-WAN allows IT engineers to centrally and intelligently manage or...
Security Fatigue: How Public Agencies Can Counter this Silent Menace
Every one of us knows one person or colleague who has a Post-it® Note full of passwords stuck to their monitor. Pre-pandemic, this is a one-in-ten case of...