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  1. Three Challenges for the Industrial IoT

    Enterprise SSL Inventory Management

    The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is a sublet of the IoT phenomenon, referring specifically to connected technologies in the manufacturing industry. IIoT technology captures data by monitoring and controlling production processes, which improves overall documentation and quality management. By 2020, revenues generated from the IIoT market will be about $225 billion. What’s more, companies…


  2. Why CIOs and CSOs Should Work Together

    As today’s world becomes more dependent on technology, enterprises should feel the pressure to have the right people in the right positions—especially in the Chief Information Officer and Chief Security Officer roles. Both of these roles are evolving quickly. And it’s never been more important that these two people in every organization work together as…


  3. The Security Benefits of Audit Logging

    As an IT administrator, knowing the precise sequence of activities that affect a specific operation, procedure, or event within a company is very valuable. This is where audit logging (sometimes called event logging or system logging) comes in. Logging creates an “audit trail”—a security-relevant chronological record, or set of records, that documents an organization’s digital…


  4. Why Enterprises Must Implement Mobile Security

    It is not unusual these days to see professionals using their own mobile devices for work-related tasks. However, the popular BYOD trend, despite its convenience, presents many security risks. IBM performed a study to “identify if and how mobile is transforming the enterprise and what companies are doing to secure their mobile initiatives.” In summary,…


  5. Employees Still the Biggest Threat to Enterprise Security

    Time and time again it has been found that the greatest vulnerabilities in enterprise security rests in the hands of business’ employees. In fact, one recent study in the U.K. found that 75% of large organizations suffered staff-related security breaches in 2015, with 50% of the worst breaches caused by human error. So as employees…