This expert guide will teach you six e-mail security best practices for e-mail Security as a Service (SaaS). Read on to learn more about guarding access to data, evaluating physical controls, entering service contracts, and more.
A cybersecurity action plan is a crucial part of achieving a state of cybersecurity readiness. Inside this guide, industry expert Peter Sullivan explains what goes into these plans and how to get one started.
Growing privacy concerns and emerging data privacy laws require organizations to not only know the location and usage of all personal data, but operationalize their privacy policies and accommodate a timely response to data access requests. But how can you ensure you’re always in compliance? Read this white paper to get the answer.
In this E-Guide we turn to the Computer Weekly Security Think Tank, a hand-picked panel of cyber security insiders, experts, analysts, and advocates with over a century's worth of collective experience between them, to explore the topic of Security Information and Event Management (SIEM), and Security Orchestration, Automation and Response, (SOAR).
In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine the mingling of virtual and physical worlds and find positive applications and worrisome implications from augmented reality. We find out how to run a virtual hackathon during the pandemic – pizza still included. And we look at how to improve performance of your private cloud. Read the issue now.
Phishing scammers have taken advantage of the frequent updates regarding COVID-19 information to use it as an entry point for their campaigns. This article, Top COVID-19 Phishing Scams, looks at the emerging threat types and what to look for to identify an attack – read on to get started.
In this e-guide: Each month Computer Weekly poses a question to its Security Think Tank, a panel of cyber security experts comprising industry insiders, technologists, analysts, legal experts and educators, to share their years of collective cyber security wisdom with the security community.
Endpoint encryption can ensure data remains safe from unauthorized access when it is stored and transmitted to another endpoint. Two main approaches to endpoint encryption that companies can implement to protect data are full-disk encryption and file encryption.