While it is still a widely used and familiar method of file transfer, there are many misconceptions about FTP.
According to 2018 Cybersecurity Market Report, “Global cybersecurity spending will exceed $1 trillion from 2017 to 2021.” The upward trend in cybersecurity spending reflects the evolving cybersecurity landscape, with IT leaders facing a growing amount of security threats to the IT infrastructure.
Are you doing enough to protect your data? Without the right security measures in place, your data is vulnerable to internal and external security risks. Here’s a look at the warning signs.
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Data is the hottest and fastest growing commodity in demand right now, and there are no indications that the production or demand of data will slow down any time soon.
In less than a year, on May 25th, 2018, the European Union (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will go into effect. Now is the time to find out where you stand. Test your GDPR compliance knowledge today!
The complexity of systems and the number of endpoints out there can make it incredibly difficult to get a handle on security. Do you know of possible vulnerabilities that might exist within your IT infrastructure?
In this series of blogs, we evaluate common security certifications and regulations that could affect how you protect your data. Today, we look at what’s known as the Federal Information Processing Standards (or FIPS).
Gartner predicts by 2018, “35 percent of enterprises will consolidate their data integration and application integration competencies as one team for
File Transfer Protocol (or FTP) was a revolutionary development when it was first introduced in the 1970s. It was the answer to moving information across the Internet at a time before HTTP was developed.
As John Donne famously wrote, “no man is an island.” The same can be said of an IT network.
What do data, security, Internet of Things, and artificial intelligence have in common? Only the world’s largest security show.
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