Organizations must prepare for collecting, processing, analyzing, and acting upon terabytes of security data.(Insider Story)
SAP NetWeaver Application Server Java vulnerability can be exploited without authentication and lead to complete system takeover. Patch now.
The Risk Management Framework (RMF) was developed and published by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in 2010 and later adopted by the Department of Defense (DoD) to act as criteria for strengthening and standardizing the risk management process of information security organizations. The framework can be used by nearly any company interested in bolstering…Details
In the information security field, bad actors have the advantage: They play proactive offense while security is generally reactive in defense. To take a more proactive footing, some organizations have been adopting threat intelligence, a security practice that involves sifting through data to identify advanced persistent threats (APTs) before attacks occur. Firms such as Ellie…Details
The decade starting with 2020 is going to be incredible. We will see societal changes like no other time. We are already seeing radical shifts in popular concepts and ideologies. We are seeing the remnants of the old world crumble around us, from the collapsing economic systems around us and pandemic to civil unrest rivaling the civil unrest of the 60’s and 70’s.Details
These tech certifications not only have high value now, but employers will continue to value them as the coronavirus continues.
If left unpatched, these SAP ASE vulnerabilities could give attackers full control of databases and servers.
Some industries have seen increases in cloud-related threat events rise as much as 1,350% since the COVID-19 crisis began.
Working from home has been a success operationally, but it has strained people, processes and technology. CIOs discuss the opportunity to make each better in the days to come.
With most workers scattered at home and trying to come up with their own ad-hoc IT workarounds, there’s an easy way for IT shops to build trust: communicate. (Insider Story)