Over the past five-plus years, companies have recognized the need for greater protection from the risk of the evolving security threat landscape – and the cyber insurance market has been evolving to meet demand.
Today, we are hearing more and more calls to break up Big Tech by U.S. congress, European Union (EU) regulators and increasingly frustrated citizens who are watching the number of data and privacy breaches grow.
Legacy technology, cloud adoption and an explosion of internet-facing devices and services are overwhelming IT and security organizations, many of which are not equipped to keep up with basic vulnerability management practices in hybrid environments.
The recent cyber-attack on the Continental Pipeline and the impact on residents up and down the East Coast of the U.S. is one of the starkest reminders of the importance of cybersecurity for critical infrastructure.
Network service models are being challenged to keep pace with enterprise demands and market perceptions of NaaS have raised new challenges and offered new solutions to the perennial problem of optimizing flexibility, cost, and functionality.