ShardSecure®, the world's most innovative provider of data security and privacy with Microshard™ technology, announced today that CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has named ShardSecure to its 2021 Emerging Vendors list in the security category. This annual list honors new and up-and-coming technology vendors that have proven their commitment to innovation and growth within the larger IT channel. Organizations featured on the list—all six years old or younger—are selected across eight different categories: cloud, data center, security, big data, mobility, Internet of Things (IoT), storage, and networking/unified communications.
Software as a service (SaaS) has taken over, and the average enterprise now uses hundreds of unique SaaS applications to accelerate their digital transformation and business velocity. However, while SaaS has fulfilled its growth-enabling potential, most organizations have lost their grip on its consumption and use. IT and security teams can no longer depend on network or endpoint controls to govern application access.
September 27-29 at the Orange County Convention Center, security leaders, peers, experts and suppliers will come together to collaborate on security threats and opportunities.
MoonPay appointed Nils Puhlmann as its Chief Risk and Security Officer. He previously held roles such as Chief Technology Officer of Endgame, and also held the position of Chief Security Officer at Zynga, Qualys and Electronic Arts.
In the 2021 annual Access Control Trends Review, there has been a significant increase in businesses using their smartphone as their key, 64% more than last year. In addition, data shows most people have returned or will return to the office soon, by September 2021.
There were 1,767 publicly reported breaches in the first six months of 2021, which exposed a total of 18.8 billion records, according to a new Risk Based Security 2021 Mid Year Data Breach QuickView Report.
Once Yale University closed due to the pandemic in March 2020, the Public Safety Systems and Services team quickly realized that they could change the way access control was used and programmed across campus, while also streamlining security and operations.
Marc Barbiere came to Georgetown about five months before the COVID-19 pandemic struck with the goal of providing a robust framework for the University to prepare for, respond to, and recover from emergencies. Barbiere and the newly restructured Office of Emergency Management put together a framework to streamline and organize emergency and pandemic response to continue operations no matter the cause of disruption.
There are a number of steps companies can take to better prepare and protect themselves from the next-generation of post-COVID cyberthreats.
The cybersecurity industry is in the midst of a skills crisis. With a cyberattack occurring approximately every 39 seconds, every business needs a well-trained staff to protect it. How can the void be filled? Artificial intelligence (AI). It’s one of the best hopes for the industry and has the potential to ease the pressures of the security skills shortage.
Pritesh Parekh will be responsible for DevOps, trust, security, and QA in engineering.
Former security exec at Michael's Bud Homeyer joins Interface as Executive Vice President - Enterprise Solutions.
Cenlar FSB, mortgage loan subservicer and federally chartered wholesale bank, announced Jason Shockey as Chief Information Security Officer (CISO).
While it’s true that ethics and conduct are matters under the control of humans, financial companies and other entities also have ethical responsibilities, typically enshrined into a corporate code of conduct. When corporate principles aren’t adhered to, and unethical behavior becomes the norm, disaster can ensue.
The University of South Australia is recruiting its first ever chief information security officer.
Infinet Network Solutions has appointed former CISO of Somerville, Kevin Koelmeyer, as Director of Cyber Security and Network Technologies.
As COVID-19 vaccinations continue, companies embrace hybrid work, employees return to the office and the U.S. opens up, violence and physical threats to businesses are occurring at an unsettling, record-high pace, according to a new study commissioned by the Ontic Center for Protective Intelligence.
As technology grows and advances, potential cyber threats grow with it. While this notion is nothing new, the current speed of innovation makes it more important than ever to consider the implications these developments will have on our cybersecurity capabilities — especially with cybercriminals becoming more sophisticated and more adept at using emerging blind spots to their advantage.
Awards season is upon us. Next month, this very magazine will present its Most Influential People in Security. Later in September of this year, at GSX in Orlando, U.S. security managers, consultants, officers, manufacturers and others will learn whether OSPA's judges have tapped them for an Outstanding Security Performance Award.