New services provide governance for IaaS cloud platforms
SailPoint has introduced identity governance for IaaS platforms, resources and workloads. As enterprises adopt a multi-cloud platform strategy across AWS, Azure and the Google Platform to keep pace with digital transformation, there is a heightened need to be able to govern access to these platforms with a single identity solution.
Cyber security market size worth $269bn by 2026
According to a new research published by Polaris Market Research, the cyber security market is anticipated to reach over $269bn by 2026. In 2017, the enterprise segment dominated the global market, in terms of revenue. North America is expected to be the leading contributor to the global market revenue in 2017.
Security challenge names three winners
OneSpin Solutions has announced the three winners of its fourth annual holiday puzzle security challenge, held to highlight real-world problems of trust vulnerabilities in hardware designs and illuminate ways to avoid them. Competitors entered from over 40 organisations, including Xilinx, Intel, Fotonation, NXP, Nokia, AMD, Sensirion, and the OpenHW Groups.
Cyber attacks and ransomware unrelenting throughout 2019
Cyber criminals continued a barrage of cyber attacks in 2019, spurred on by botnets of infected IoT devices and by attacker interest in the Eternal Blue vulnerability. A new report from cyber security provider F-Secure, Attack Landscape H2 2019, documents a steep increase in attack traffic in 2019 that was unmatched by previous years.
Blockchain: A revolution picking up momentum
I recently read a BBC article, the headline of which shocked me: 'Blockchain: The revolution that hasn't quite happened'. Yet, just a few days later, I read that the Bank of England has teamed up with other major central banks to assess the case for launching their own digital currencies as the debate rages on over the future of money. As always, the truth lies somewhere in the middle. By Nish Kotecha, Chairman and Co-founder of Finboo...
One in five SMBs use no endpoint security
New research commissioned and published by cyber security company, BullGuard, has revealed an alarming number of small businesses in the UK and US are not prepared for a potential cyber attack or breach. One-third of companies with 50 or fewer employees report using free, consumer-grade cyber security, and one in five companies use no endpoint security whatsoever.
Zero trust architecture designed for Unified Endpoint Security
BlackBerry has announced the BlackBerry Spark platform with a new Unified Endpoint Security (UES) layer which can work with BlackBerry Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) to deliver zero trust security.
Partnership for embedded cyber security
Secure-IC has announced a collaboration with Winbond to enhance embedded cyber security for software in automotive and other connected industries. Under the partnership, Secure-IC will offer an enhanced security platform that supports the whole security lifecycle in complementary fashion with the use of Winbond TrustME Secure Flash Memory.
Countries most at risk of cyber crime ranked
The severity of cyber-breaches has become more and more intense in recent years. As a result, security experts at Specops Software sought to find out which (Western) European countries are the most at risk of cyber crime for citizens.
Taking a zero-trust approach to security
For many organisations, zero trust security has reached the top of the CISO agenda. While the zero-trust model has been around for a few years, it has rapidly gained momentum in recent times. Its popularity is driven by the digitalisation of the workplace which has made the network perimeter more porous. By Darran Rolls, CTO, SailPoint