Security and availability are top-of-mind IT concerns about enterprise clouds – and transferring enterprise workloads to hybrid clouds. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again – security and...
Category: Information Security
Printers and multifunction printers (MFPs) are not immune to growing security threat landscape. They are vulnerable to the same risks as any device on the network. As IoT devices they are susceptible to the growing threat of DDoS attacks – left unsecured they are an open door to the corporate network.
Fundamentally, the Board of Directors needs to go back to basics on cyber security matters: Time has now gone to continue approaching cyber security purely from a Risk perspective. Risk is ultimately about “things that may or may not happen”. When it comes to cyber security, the Board should start from the premise that cyber attacks are a matter of “when”, not “if” – and should shift the focus towards understanding and managing what is actually getting done to protect the organisation.
We are coming to a point in many large firms where true “innovation” in the cyber security space does not consist in deploying the latest tools, but in going back to the governance drawing board.