Tag: cybersecurity

How CloudAccess creates unique security value

Learn how  security-as-a-service leader CloudAccess provides both superior integrated solution features and comprehensive service value add to any security initiative including SIEM, log management, Identity and access management, vulnerability scanning, asset management and more. Yet the key to a better night’s sleep is not that an organization employs one or many security solutions, but rather they leverage one another’s capabilities and provide real time correlation and situational context 24/7/365. Like the old proverb, the whole is stronger than the sum of its parts. And that’s

How do you eat a network security elephant?

One byte at a time. Now before you roll your eyes at my stupid pun, consider the deeper wisdom to this IT twist on an very old adage. Security is big. It encompasses a great many definitions, confronts a great many issues and is addressed through a great many solutions using a great many formats. For many organizations, it can be an overwhelming proposition. Beyond the issues of data defense, regulatory compliance, traffic management, identity regulation, archiving, reporting, access control, intrusion detection, encryption, app administration,

7 Causes of Security Paralysis & Cloud-based Cures

Over and over again the team at CloudAccess are pummeled with statistics on how risk is growing in disproportion to security readiness. -91% of companies have experienced at least one IT security event from an external source. -90% of all cyber crime costs are those caused by web attacks, malicious code and malicious insiders. -40% reported rogue cloud issues (shadow IT) experienced the exposure of confidential information as a result -34% share passwords with their co-workers for applications like FedEx, Twitter, Staples, LinkedIn. These are

Can your company afford to lose $400 million?

Of course not. But that’s the dollar figure companies stand to lose in terms of consumer trust when security protocols are breached according to a new study by the research firm Ponemon. In terms of dollars and cents on a risk analysis spreadsheet, it is easier to put a value on a particular asset than the potential recurring value of a client, customer or even partner. Beyond lawsuits and capital and operational expenses to repair a mea culpa, weak cryptography, hack defenses or shoring an

Avoiding the fate of Erasmus Wilson and others who ignore progress (cloud)

OR WHY THE CLOUD WILL SUPPLANT ON-PREMISE FOR SECURITY INITIATIVES Erasmus Wilson, the celebrated Oxford professor once proclaimed, “When the Paris Exhibition [of 1878] closes, electric light will close with it and no more will be heard of it.” History is littered with those who refused to embrace the obviousness of the future. Didn’t Digital founder Ken Olsen prognosticate “There is no reason anyone would want a computer in their home,” in 1977. (His company was broken up for parts after its acquisition by Compaq