The modern, interconnected business world demands a modern vision of what risk means.
With the global success of iPhone and iPad, many businesses are embracing the Apple platform. Along with these mobile devices, sales of Mac computers to business are growing. A decade ago, the Mac was an uncommon sight in many businesses and routinely ignored by corporate IT.
While security attacks on big businesses dominate the headlines, midsized organizations are a highly attractive target for cyber criminals. Unlike large enterprises that have large IT departments with dedicated teams focused solely on security, midsized organizations must protect a growing amount of valuable information with limited IT staff and budgets. And the attackers are taking notice--targeted attacks aimed at small and midsized organizations are on the rise.
There is broad industry agreement that software-defined storage (SDS) represents an important, promising next step toward helping organizations address the myriad storage and data challenges they face today.
Computer viruses are yesterday's news; automated attacks that morph rapidly, concealing themselves through encryption and deceptive packaging, are the new hotness. Such camouflage makes purely signature-based detection obsolete and gives malware an advantage.