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Report: What CISO's think of the 'new normal'

A new study conducted among CISOs at Fortune 2000 companies has captured capture the CISO perspective on how remote work reality forced by COVID-19 has reshaped organizations’ approaches to corporate security and worker productivity.

Elevate your security posture for cybersecurity

Cybersecurity is important, yet the continued repetition of the message means that important factors are often missed. Balbix have attempted to improve communication with a new, more fun, way of getting information across.

IT pro day: Time to recognize your IT professionals Special

Information Technology professionals were key to maintaining business continuity during lockdown. September's IT Pro Day provides an opportunity to acknowledge the efforts that helpdesks have put in to assisting with remote working.

Remote working means appreciate your system administrator Special

If your network is secure, your computer is up and running, and your printer is jam-free during the COVID-19 pandemic, this will be a sign that you have an efficient IT department, says Raif Mehmet, VP EMEA at Bitglass.

Companies appreciating their IT service desks more during COVID Special

One area of the firm that normally faces more criticism than praise is the IT service (or help) desk. However, during the coronavirus it appears that more employees are supporting their IT colleagues and the additional efforts put in.

Some professions are supported more than others by IT at home

Are remote workers being underserved? It depends on the sector they work in, according to a new survey. The survey indicates those professions that are considered to be of less value, despite undertaking very important work for society as a whole.

Study: IT decision makers ramping up post-COVID automation

The ending of the COVID-19 lockdowns and the reopening of many businesses has seen a parallel increased in investments in automation, which the change leaders being IT professionals.

Variable broadband, data shows big differences by region

The most common broadband issues encountered in homes all around the U.K. have been revealed as part of the Bandwidth Britain Report by Uswitch.

Q&A: Anatomy of the perfect team in a modernized IT environment Special

What is the best way to assemble and lead a team using agile DevOps and emerging technologies – while still leveraging key legacy knowledge? Brandon Edenfield, Director of App Modernization, Modern Systems an Advanced Company, outlines a strategy.

How remote working creates cybersecurity challenges Special

Information Technology staff are extremely stretched under the current coronavirus pandemic, with fewer staff unavailable which means multiple task to focus. This means less attention paid to cybersecurity.

Cybersecurity risk? Half of IT staff taken off security Special

IT industry news suggests that half of cyber security staff have been taken off security teams to cope with IT tasks and remote workforces. Max Vetter, Chief Cyber Officer at Immersive Labs provides comment for Digital Journal.

Q&A: A simplified way to protect endpoints Special

Despite its importance, many enterprises are still lacking when it comes to endpoint management and security, often times due to the complexity of the solutions. Chad Carter explains more.

A 'lack of expertise' is holding back IoT implementation

Apple subsidiary Claris has surveyed over 300 SMBs in the U.S. and U.K. to learn more about their adoption and attitudes toward IoT; this includes barriers to IoT implementation, the key drivers behind IoT implementation, and more.

Q&A: What business needs to do to combat insider cyber-risks Special

The risk to businesses from insider cyber-incidences, either deliberate or unintentional, is considerable and needs to be treated with the same focus as external threats, according to Tom Miller of ClearForce.

Q&A: How to position an IT department for success in 2020 Special

For IT department to modernize, implementing a low-code/no-code platform is useful because applications can be configured faster, at significantly reduced risk, resource, and time requirements, according to Christian Thun, of Agiloft.

DivvyCloud announces record results for 2019

Cybersecurity specialist company DivvyCloud has announced record results for 2019 as well as the appointment of Brandie Kalinowski as vice president of people and culture and David Geevaratne as vice president of North American sales.

Security predictions for 2020 according to Trend Micro Special

The rapidly evolving cybersecurity landscape proves that threat actors remain undeterred from compromising systems for their own gain. Trend Micro published a report predicting 4 key themes that will define 2020, as Greg Young explains.

2020 trends for DevOps and IT departments Special

2019 has seen further advance with the DevOps process and supporting technologies. What does 2002 have in store for software development and the roles of different IT functions. An expert from StackRox looks to next year.

New business security 2020 predictions from leading experts Special

Leading tech companies Balbix and LogRhythm have finalized their 2020 cybersecurity predictions for enterprises. Representative from the companies have shared summaries with Digital Journal.

New report outlines key business cybersecurity trends for 2020

The rapidly evolving cybersecurity landscape proves that threat actors remain undeterred from compromising systems for their own gain. A new report from Trend Micro presents the key cybersecurity concerns for businesses for 2020.

Q&A: When hackers have your healthcare IT department outgunned Special

Keeping on top of regulations is a burdensome task for any healthcare IT department, including HIPAA compliance, especially when cash-strapped or low in headcount. So what can they do? Max Pruger of Kaseya has some answers.

Majority of IT security pros say their infrastructure has gaps

New research from Ponemon Institute and AttackIQ has discovered that 56 percent of IT security professionals understand their organization’s security infrastructure has gaps in coverage. This could allow attackers to penetrate system defences.

Q&A: Insight into the first female-only coding competition Special

The #CodeLikeAWoman ITA Tech Challenge in the U.S. drew in 162 candidates from 46 universities across the U.S. who applied to compete in The Final Challenge in Chicago. Julia Kanouse looks forward to the next stage of the competition.

New Survey: Majority of IT departments have gaps in USB security

While there are many sources of cybersecurity weakness, employees pose a major threat to their organizations’ data security, and a major contributor is employees’ usage of USB drives.

Q&A: Insight into the future direction of IT careers Special

Jobs in Information Technology continue to evolve, not least due to digital transformation and with the advent of IoT devices and artificial intelligence. a leading expert assesses the typical IT career is heading.

Intel acquires Barefoot Networks to accelerate Ethernet delivery

Technology giant Intel is to acquire Barefoot Networks. The aim of the purchase is to aid the acceleration of Ethernet-based fabrics, which is essential for developing cloud computing.

Five outdated IT practices that businesses need to overcome

Information technology plays a pivotal role in most businesses, either in ensuring that process operate effectively or with playing a key part of digital transformation initiates. A new report assesses how IT can become more efficient.

Q&A: Businesses need to bring IT, HR & Legal together Special

Too often IT, HR and legal teams are working towards different objectives. However, new technology centered on the control of documents can help to meld all three formerly independent teams together.

Poor IT integration costs each company half a million per year

Analysts Cleo have released survey results from 100 IT decision makers, which found that B2B, application and cloud integration challenges amount to a $500,000 loss to enterprises each year.

RemoveDEBRIS satellite captures space junk for the first time

In the video, an experimental cleanup device called RemoveDEBRIS successfully casts a net around a dummy satellite in a stunning demonstration that simulates a technique that could one day capture spaceborne garbage.
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