Web application security is much more than an IT problem. It can become a significant business problem if not handled properly. Attacks on web applications can by-pass your security and harm your business by creating unwanted downtime, reducing availability and responsiveness and shattering trust with your customers when data confidentiality and integrity is compromised.
The enforcement of GDPR has undoubtedly been the biggest shake-up in data handling history. Organisations are now required to understand the regulation, develop best practices for success and avoid common pitfalls
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect on May 25, 2018. Fines for non-compliance are up to 20 million euros or 4% of global annual revenue. Learn how it impacts you and how you can work towards GDPR compliance.
The adoption of cloud is undeniably accelerating with 87% of organisations reporting a cloud-first orientation. As organisations expand their cloud footprint, traditional security measures are unable to keep up with the rapid growth of users, applications, data and infrastructure.
In order to stay ahead of external attacks and malicious insiders, companies need an advanced security solution that can be used for rapid response detection, incident investigation and coordination of CSIRT breach scenarios.
Finding a mechanism to collect, store and analyze security only data is relatively simple, but turning that data into actionable intelligence is a little more tricky. An analytics-driven SIEM, however, allows IT to monitor threats in real time and respond quickly to incidents so that damage can be avoided or limited.
Security information and event management (SIEM) systems can play an important role in helping your organisation comply with the requirements of the EU's fast approaching GDPR deadline. But it's also important to understand and mitigate the risks of storing and processing logs containing protected data in SIEM systems.
Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) systems require a lot of planning before implementation begins, but if done right it can play a significant role in identifying breaches as they're happening.