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Cybersecurity and the Cloud in 2017

Infoworld Senior Writer Fahmida Rashid chats with Palo Alto Networks' CSO Rick Howard about the biggest cybersecurity challenges facing businesses working in the cloud in 2017.

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5 things DevOps needs to do to secure containers

Aqua’s CTO, Amir Jerbi suggests some key things DevOps should know about securing containerized applications.

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SonicWall CEO talks of life after Dell spinout

In this installment of the IDG CEO Interview Series, Bill Conner spoke with Chief Content Officer John Gallant about what the Dell spin out means for customers and where SonicWall is focusing its development efforts.

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Hunting for SOCs

New report looks at the trends, capabilities, and maturity levels of organizations’ security operations centers.

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Is antivirus getting worse?

Anti-virus software is getting worse at detecting both known and new threats, says a new report. Average detection rates for known malware went down a couple of percentage points slightly from 2015 to 2016, while detection rates for...

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Don't predict, protect

How businesses can actually protect themselves against a variety of threats.

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What to do when your network is wide open

How can you enforce internal policies and industry compliance mandates when there’s no longer an identifiable network perimeter?

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Will the cloud be a safe haven for data in 2017?

Experts offer differing opinions on where cloud security is headed.

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Experts split on how soon quantum computing is coming, but say we should start preparing now

Whether quantum computing is 10 years away -- or is already here -- it promises to make current encryption methods obsolete, so enterprises need to start laying the groundwork for new encryption methods.

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A look back to 2016 and what to expect in 2017 in cybersecurity space

The world of digital information security does not lack for challenges. Major events that have happened in 2016 have created uncertainty about the future and at the same time new opportunities for the security industry to think and...

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8 ways companies can manage risks brought on by the SaaS Tsunami

Every employee is on a mission to find the next SaaS application that will make their job easier. With nothing more than a credit card and an expense report, anyone within the organization can sign-up for a new application in minutes....

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Security pros most worried about clouds, mobile

Companies were least prepared to assess the security risks of cloud and mobile technologies, according to a survey of cybersecurity professionals released this morning. Overall, the confidence levels of security professionals that...

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Security budgets continue to grow, but is it enough?

Cybersecurity is now a top concern for businesses, but the reality is that it should have been on their radar years ago. Why did businesses wait so long to invest in cybersecurity?

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Visibility, security top concerns for cloud computing adoption

Enterprises considering adopting public clouds are concerned about where their data is located and how it's protected, according to a new survey by IDG.

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10 AWS security blunders and how to avoid them

Amazon Web Services is easy to work with -- but can easily compromise your environment with a single mistake

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Password manager LastPass now works on all your devices for free

Now you can get LastPass on your computer and your phone without paying $12 per year.

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How CSOs can better manage third-party risks

Scott Schneider from CyberGRX chats with CSO about how security managers can secure their data when dealing with third-party vendors.

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Brian Krebs and Akamai: A lesson in reputational harm and a win for Google's Project Shield

When a site is hacked, reputational harm often comes with it. In this case, it isn't the site's brand who is suffering. Rather, it is Akamai.

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