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As more data move to the cloud and more organizations embrace cloud computing, it is clear that there is a corresponding need to improve cybersecurity… Read More »Security as Code: Creating a New Cybersecurity Paradigm Amid Growing Cloud Use
Cloud computing services have grown in popularity significantly over the years. Many sectors are moving to cloud computing services for business operations. Cloud computing enables businesses to store, manage, and process essential data using remote servers hosted on the internet.
Several hundreds of thousands of raw data files are uploaded by users every day to social media sites. Online user data provides access to an enormous amount of information regarding products, services, places, and events, which makes it suitable for sentiment analysis. Valuable information can be extracted by analyzing the sentiment of the data.
Venus ransomware has been active since August 2022. The attack campaign targets Remote Desktop services. Which cybersecurity measures should you take to stay safe?
Data loss is a highly possible and ugly eventuality that can befall any business. But you can prevent it by backing up your information before the proverbial rainy day.
Today, data has evolved into one of the most crucial resources in the world. Unlike tangible resources like wood and fuel, the same data set can be used repeatedly and for different applications. Tons of user information gets observed or generated by tech and algorithms to facilitate the personalization we see today.
By taking a proactive approach to cybersecurity, IT departments can help protect their organizations from the ever-growing number of cyber attacks. Here are nine ways IT departments can do proactive cybersecurity.
The COVID-19 pandemic remains fresh in our memories as it affected many aspects of our lives. Cyberspace is no exception. With the imperative need to stay safe, individuals had to create alternate methods to work, school, communicate and access services. However, this period also saw cybercriminals double their efforts to exploit the situation.