Your organization has moved workloads to the cloud and is getting some valuable benefits and experience. But to recognize the greatest value, there are some other decisions that must be made and some additional assets put in place.
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In the early days of Cloud adoption, Security was the #1 concern in moving production workloads and their associated data to the Cloud. The idea of moving corporate data beyond the four walls of the corporate Data Center ...
With the advancement of Cybersecurity tools/platforms, the available use of “Big Data” from other host systems within an Enterprise combined with human intelligence, Predictive Analytics has made its way into mainstream Cybersecurity Service offerings.
At this point it is certain that you have either heard of or spent many hours of your life following this story. However, the part that should hit home (regardless of which side of the debate you take) is that cell/smart phone data is becoming extremely relevant and necessary to review during an investigation.
Earlier in March, there was a Digital Health Summit outside Philadelphia. A panel of experts on Cybersecurity was very popular. One panelist was an attorney who specialized in Cybersecurity, one was an expert consultant, another was a service provider of cybersecurity services.
Recent laws and Action Plans either signed by the President, or directed to develop and fund in Congress are aimed at bolstering the Federal Governments ability to work with companies to share Cybersecurity threat information, invest in additional infrastructure and resources at the Federal level.