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IT service desks lacking user verification policy, putting businesses at risk

48% of organizations don’t have a user verification policy in place for incoming calls to IT service desks, according to Specops Software. The information was uncovered as …

AI
AI-based diagnostic processes that safeguard data privacy

Digital medicine is opening up entirely new possibilities. For example, it can detect tumors at an early stage. But the effectiveness of new AI algorithms depends on the …

backup
How colocation can improve TCO for the enterprise

CoreSite and IDG released a report which examines the latest data center trends, strategies, requirements, and other findings from an annual quantitative survey and in-depth …

zero trust
Can zero trust kill our need to talk about locations?

As security professionals, we have acknowledged for over a decade that our data resides outside our network. Yet, we still talk about strategies for protecting the enterprise …

online marketplace
How data manipulation could be used to trick fraud detection algorithms on e-commerce sites

As the marketing of almost every advanced cybersecurity product will tell you, artificial intelligence is already being used in many products and services that secure …

eavesdropping
Mobile stalkerware is on the rise

Mobile stalkerware, which is software silently installed by stalkers onto victims’ mobile devices without their knowledge, is on the rise, an ESET research finds. In 2019, …

bomb
Collaboration between network access brokers and ransomware actors deepens

In this Help Net Security podcast, Brandon Hoffman, CISO at Intel 471, discusses about the increased collaboration between network access brokers (NAB) and ransomware …

encryption
Do customers have a right to know how companies that use algorithms make their decisions?

Increasingly, businesses rely on algorithms that use data provided by users to make decisions that affect people. For example, Amazon, Google, and Facebook use algorithms to …

cloud
Privacy regulations making cloud migration complex

Digital transformation is driving multi-cloud migrations, as 85 percent of organizations use at least two cloud providers for data storage and analytics, while 40 percent use …

data
Data growth as the number one storage management challenge

Datadobi released a report by 451 Research which reveals the major impact that data growth is having on storage management, highlighting the rise in retention of unstructured …

idea
A picture is worth a thousand words, but to hackers, it’s worth much more

Enterprises and end-users are constantly reminded of the dangers associated with clicking on unknown links and documents. Images rarely top the list as would-be …

Kubernetes
Kubernetes adoption continues to grow

Portworx released findings from its survey which assesses the mass adoption and evolution of Kubernetes usage among enterprise users in the last 12 months, in addition to the …

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