The long-standing feud between IT and security obscures what the two departments have in common. Namely, a visibility problem. To solve it, they’ll need to join forces.
As Western governments prepare for Russian cyberattacks, some U.S. states are leading the way to greater cyber-resilience.
As cybercriminals try to gain access to personal and sensitive organizational data, it has become critical for organizations to safeguard the data they’re entrusted with.
As Data Privacy Day rolls around—on Jan. 28—companies are struggling to find data-security professionals, just when they need them most.
With these strategies in place, security leaders can harden their defenses while meeting the federal government’s tough new requirements.
Asset visibility and tool sprawl are two of the top issues bedeviling enterprises and putting business resilience at risk, according to a new IDG survey.
For US companies, that means a renewed emphasis on protecting their customers’ and their partners’ data.
A recent survey shows how IT decision-makers in finance, healthcare, retail, and manufacturing are boosting business resilience with technology
CISOs must devise creative ways to counter rogue software and improve IT visibility
Key takeaways from senior IT and business leaders
The pandemic challenged and then empowered IT organizations. Here's where they're headed next.
While tech teams enable the data collection and automation that drive the rest of the business, their own data practices have lagged. Let’s change that.
The remote-access technology that workers love to hate may have met its match with COVID-19
With more people logging in from more devices and more places, it’s more important than ever that IT can track, manage and control who does what.
CIO Ralph Loura reflects on how the telco equipment maker has become a more secure — and agile — company.
Software developers and security pros need to overcome their differences. It’s harder than it sounds, but best practices are emerging.