Key risks for enterprises committing sensitive data to the cloud
Economic benefits of migrating enterprise IT environments to services providers are starting to outweigh the security concerns hovering over cloud computing. Until recently, organizations have...
Top Concerns for Digital Assistants in the Workplace
Digital assistants like Amazon’s Alexa/Echo, Apple Homekit and Google Home are increasingly becoming part of the connected home. The Alexa for Business Platform, announced at the end of 2017, is set...
Protecting Mobile Data Privacy in the Enterprise
The workplace today is dominated by mobile devices. Employee interaction via smartphone or tablet has become second nature. They will very likely use them to check work emails, download files...
Keeping Industrial Revolution 4.0’s Treasures Hidden
The growing use of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) worldwide is in the process of turning the concept of smart factories into reality. The phenomenon has been described by observers as the fourth...
Could Net Neutrality reversal spell open season for connected car data?
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has voted to overturn Net Neutrality. The decision gives internet service providers (ISPs) and telecom companies the right to prioritize services...
Four Common Myths about VPNs
A Virtual Private Network (VPN) is a useful tool that encrypts data before it passes across the public Internet and then decrypts it when it reaches its destination. Rather like shutters on the...
Regulation for IIoT is on its way – but is it enough?
Two of the biggest technology trends today - IoT (Internet of Things) and M2M (machine-to-machine) communications - are changing the business world beyond all recognition.
Smart buildings need cyber-resilience built-in
Internet of Things (IoT) and machine learning are coming together to bring about a sea change in how we use buildings, at home and in the office.
Importance of a Secure Defense for the World Cup in Russia
Major sporting events are always popular with businesses.
Encryption is Central to EU GDPR’s Demand for Privacy
Starting May 2018, any business offering goods and services to European Union (EU) citizens will have to comply with new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) rules.