Businesses across virtually every industry are rapidly adopting cloud service solutions. The global cloud computing market was worth an impressive $371.4 billion in 2020 and could more than double to $832.1 billion by 2025. Amid this rapid expansion, organizations must recognize this movement’s risks. Cloud security isn’t necessarily less secure
Smart home devices are used to monitor or control the environment in our homes. These marvels of technology make life easier by handling changes in temperature, lighting, entertainment systems, and other appliances. But while they’re the height of convenience, we can’t ignore the security nightmare being created by their use.
Real-time data is immediately passed along for analysis rather than collected and stored. Some such systems offer on-demand real-time analytics. In those cases, the platform does not send data until a person requests it. It’s immediately available once they do. Other real-time data tools have continuous analytics capabilities. Then, the
In 2020, the world experienced an unprecedented increase in cybercrimes amid COVID-19. In fact, data breaches increase 273 percent in the first quarter, compared to 2019, according to a new study from cloud computing company Iomart. Thanks to the additional vulnerabilities that opened up as people work from home, moves to take
In today’s world of never ending cybersecurity threats, companies must be more diligent than ever in protecting their data from external and internal threats. The question of dealing with cybersecurity incidents is not a matter of if but WHEN. How a company responds to a breach is vital – the
You may not realize it, but your car probably already has some self-driving technologies—even basic ones. For example, many of the newest cars have lane assist or park assist, which can help you avoid unintended lane violations or better ease into parking spots. But those car assistance technologies depend on