The news today is flush with salacious stories of cyber-security breaches, data held hostage in brazen ransomware attacks, and compromised records and consumer information. So too has the fallout become increasingly familiar: broken trust, ruined brands, class-action lawsuits, and prolonged periods of finger pointing.
"More is better." There's a statement to spark a debate if ever there was one. Arguably in some situations, this is true. For example "I have more time to do the things I want because ServiceNow helped me streamline my department's work." When it comes to choosing how many rows you want to see in each list in the application, it pays to be a bit more discerning. Just because you "can" display 1,000 rows in a list does not mean that you "should." If your users are complaining of slow form load times or that the system is slow to save records and show them their work list, you may be able to improve performance by displaying "just enough" data.
In these times of unabated data breaches, the typical Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) must feel like a moving target in a shooting gallery. It’s not a matter of whether an attack and possible breach will occur, it’s a matter of when. Being a CISO is a fascinating and important job. Often, though, it’s a thankless one.
ServiceNow share Last week how early on in my career I managed a technical support and customer service center and service was considered a cost center and a necessary evil. How times have changed, and how far most companies have come in changing that perception!
The aim of Data Privacy Day is to help people around the world understand how their personal information is being collected and used – in addition to understanding how they can keep their data safe from cybercrime. Data Privacy Day commemorates the 1981 signing of Convention 108, the first legally binding international treaty related to data protection and privacy; it was first initiated in Europe in 2007 and was adopted in the US and Canada in 2008.
Companies suffer the greatest damage as a result of cyber security incidents relating to their partners, according to research. This is the finding of a study examining whether cyber security is a cost centre or a strategic investment by Kaspersky Lab and B2B International.
Cybersecurity remains a hot topic in 2018. In 2017 it managed to dominate global news for days during the ransomware “WannaCry” outbreak. Although on one hand cybersecurity systems constantly improve and become able to face cyberthreats, cyberattacks are evolving at the same speed and beat more complex cybersecurity systems every day. Being prepared means staying on top of the latest trends in cybersecurity. In this blog we’ve identified five cybersecurity trends to watch in 2018!
The Performance Analytics release for Kingston continues to focus on user experience - from end-user to admin - to help customers get started quickly with powerful visualizations and analytics, easier access to external data, out-of-the-box content, and more.
Cyber security is the practice of ensuring the integrity, confidentiality and availability (ICA) of information. It represents the ability to defend against and recover from accidents like hard drive failures or power outages, and from attacks by adversaries.