There are a whole host of reasons why organizations should consider encrypting their sensitive data: for protection, for legal reasons, to comply with global compliance policies and safeguard customer interests.
Just like the physical world, prevention is better than cure and in the case of the cyber world, having the proper defence in place goes a long way in securing an enterprise network.
Most attacks on an organization can be traced back to devices connected to enterprise networks, which is basically an endpoint. And hence, that is why it is extremely important for an enterprise to ensure that their endpoints remain safe and secure.
The number of devices that connect to enterprise networks is exponentially growing, leading to an inter-connected information highway. The size, complexity, and mobility of modern network environments are continuously increasing.
On one hand, unlike the big business enterprises, SMBs may not always have the financial heft to really invest in cybersecurity solutions, which often leads to that taking a backseat.
As organizations cope with the changing world of cybersecurity which continues to evolve at a frantic pace, they sometimes forget to neglect the danger that stares at them in their face.
Virtual desktop infrastructure (or VDI) has been an intriguing idea for a long time. We look at the pros and cons of VDI and whether the emergence of hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) will finally make implementing virtual desktops feasible.
As Managing Director of Lenovo’s Data Centre Group in India, Vivek Sharma has a clear vision for the company’s push to be the provider of choice for next generation data centres.