With security teams limited in resources, especially as state and public schools and universities are facing shortages caused by the coronavirus, educational institutions and others must find a way to increase their security posture to reduce threats like ransomware from taking hold.
This is the time to define the new normal; having well-defined policies in place will help businesses maintain its security posture while bolstering the security of the ever-increasing work-from-home population.
The editors at Solutions Review continually research the most prominent and influential network performance monitoring vendors to assist buyers in search of the tools befitting the needs of their organization. Choosing the right vendor and solution can be a complicated process; it requires constant market research and often comes down to more than just the solution and its technical capabilities. To make your search a little easier, we listed the 30 Vendors to Know in Network Monitoring.
IT Central Station, the review site where IT professionals weigh in on the software they use, recently conducted a survey on NTA tools. Here are the top network traffic analysis technologies, according to a May IT Central Station survey of IT professionals.
The volume of employees working from home is steadily increasing, especially as local recruiting limits the number of skilled people. This along with the current state of coronavirus means that throughout the world, spikes in work-from-home policies are putting pressure on IT teams to scale virtual private network (VPN) access.
Businesses remain closed in many major cities around the world as the coronavirus pandemic rages, but cybercriminals are still open for business, as they continue to use the crisis to serve their nefarious purposes.
Experts discuss what precautions companies need to be taking right now that a record number of people are working outside of offices.
CISOs and cybersecurity teams around the world are watching their threat surface multiply as millions of staffers find themselves working from home for the first time in order to help constrain the spread of Coronavirus.
With the spread of the Coronavirus and people working from home, there has been a 53% spike in Virtual Private Network (VPN) usage in the US and a significant increase from around the world according to Atlas VPN.
A new report out of the UK shows that 60% of data breaches were caused by human error according to research firm Gallagher as reported by Infosecurity.