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The best IT security stories are the war stories. Tales from the front line where hackers patiently wait for the perfect shot and oblivious employees gently toss hand grenades over the firewall without a care in the world.
We’ve explored how data breaches are skyrocketing at government agencies in the US at the federal, state and local levels. This same trend is mirrored by governments the world over.
Visibility continues to be one of the top areas of concern in data protection. In the Intel Security 2016 Data Protection Benchmark Study, data loss incidents were shown to spike with the increased use of endpoint devices that remain, for the most part, unprotected.
State and local government agencies are under pressure to do more with fewer resources. They are tasked with ensuring the security of the communities they serve, including the protection of sensitive data. These agencies must also maintain high standards of security in an increasingly challenging environment.
Former RSA Executive Chairman Art Coviello describes the information security landscape today as a “ball of confusion,” made all the more complex by current approaches to evaluating InfoSec solutions.
Data is the lifeblood of today’s digital businesses. Protecting corporate data from theft, misuse, and abuse is the top responsibility of every Security and Risk (S&R) leader, notes Forrester’s Data Security and Privacy report.
Given the ever-increasing number of data breaches, organizations have been struggling to regain control over data security. Some do this by shifting their corporate data from data centres to the public cloud.