Why Organizations Fail to Secure Third-Party Remote Access

SecureWorld News

In the latest episode of our Behind the Scenes interview series, we're looking at a crucial question: Why do so many organizations fail at securing third-party remote access? The good news we found is that IT and security leaders do recognize this problem.

Running IT Like A Business: Where Are We?

Chuck's Blog - EMC

  Business execs say there''s much more room for improvement than IT leaders think: improving time to market, communicating a clear vision, gaining the trust of business stakeholders, informing the business of new services, articulating business value, enabling innovation and collaboration, and supporting mobility.  Security and compliance challenges lead the list, followed by cultural resistance, insufficiency skills and difficulties associated with getting to a pricing model. 

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3 lessons that CIOs learned in 2018

mrc's Cup of Joe Blog

When it comes to security, proactive beats reactive. Unfortunately, too many organizations still take a reactive approach to security. Many of them stem from known security issues like unencrypted data, unpatched software, common vulnerabilities, etc… In other words, issues that could’ve been corrected with a proactive approach to security. In the coming years, security breaches will only increase. Now, am I saying that IT shouldn’t support the business?