Organisations are being scrutinised by judges with regards to their commitment to cyber security in the wake of cyber security breaches. Across Ireland, United States, Germany and France, it’s not only the regulators who are asking more questions around cyber security but the judges awarding costs to victims of cyber security breaches. Recently, Yahoo was…
The numbers on breaches and records stolen are sobering, and again make the case that organisations are failing to deploy adequate cyber security tools and processes that are needed to prevent these types of attacks from occurring.
Digitally transformative technologies are shaping the way organisations do business and moving them to a data-driven world, with 94% of organisations using sensitive data in cloud, big data, IoT, container, blockchain and/or mobile environments, according to the 2018 Thales Data Threat Report.
Digital transformation is driving efficiency and scale as well as making possible new business models that drive growth and profitability. Enterprises are embracing this opportunity by leveraging all that digital
This rush to embrace new environments has created opportunities for more cyber attacks and new risks for data that need to be offset by data security controls. The extent and impact of increased threats is most clearly shown in levels of data breaches and vulnerability.