The relentless growth of digital data, combined with the need to preserve much of that data for years, has created a dilemma for enterprises hoping to manage their limited IT...
Storage infrastructures are requiring more capacity to store the increasing volume of data and retain the data for longer periods of time than ever. This IDC analyst study...
Although server virtualization helps reduce IT infrastructure costs, it also adds complexity, particularly around data protection, recovery and availability. CA's ARCserve...
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This whitepaper provides insight into how to leverage threat and log management technologies to protect your IT assets throughout their vulnerability life cycle.
Here's what to consider when putting together a mobile policy designed to support a highly productive workforce.
Organizations don't have to feel overwhelmed when it comes to securing big data environments. The same security fundamentals for securing databases, data warehouses and file share systems can be applied to securing Hadoop implementations.
Big data represents massive business possibilities and competitive advantage for organizations that are able to harness and use that information. But how are they protecting that data? This eBook addresses three myths of big data security.
Mobile computing is becoming so ubiquitous that people no longer bat an eye seeing someone working two devices simultaneously. Individuals and organizations are responding to the capabilities and flexibility that mobile devices provide.
Data security is a moving target-as data grows, more sophisticated threats emerge; the number of regulations increase; and changing economic times make it difficult to secure and protect data.
This Ponemon Institute study examines how enterprises are responding to advanced targeted malware attacks that can lead to IT downtime, exfiltration of sensitive information, theft of intellectual property, and diminished brand or reputation.
Attackers continuously develop sophisticated tactics and evasion techniques to bypass the latest protection methods, requiring the security industry to find a different approach to malware protection.
In today's business environment, customers rely on the most efficient, high performing, and reliable backup systems to protect critical business information. Customers need to protect increasing levels of data while keeping costs under control.
Responsibility over IT security is moving away from the network and IT infrastructure and to the application and software architecture itself. IT organizations must now find a way to adapt to new challenges as a result of this shift.