Privileged Access Management (PAM) has become an integral part of overall cyber security framework for any modern-day organization. As privileged accounts provide access to confidential information, securing them from any untoward incident (abuse of privileged credentials or accounts) remains one of the major concerns for the Security and Risk management pros.
Disruptive technologies such as Internet of Things (IOTs) and cloud computing have created enormous opportunities for global organizations. They have changed the way global corporations conduct business. According to the Australian government, disruptive technologies could generate up to $625 billion through economic activities every year by 2030 in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region alone.
While disruptive technologies create new opportunities they also make IT assets vulnerable. Indeed, with tons of data stored in cloud, organizations risk data breach from malicious outsiders.
is data like water?
Data like water is an interesting analogy, It was only during one of my vacations that along a beach, i realized how the two are really similar and especially in the world of technology how data flow is akin to water flow. This paper tries to establish similarities, one’s ability to capture and track source. Further how identities are critical and how data can be tagged to various users. Also it is critical to examine the storage and linkages to the identities under which data is stored.
how important is data
Summary: The evolution of cloud computing over the past few years is potentially one of the major advances in the history of computing. Learn more about the various risks associated with cloud computing and how to choose the best cloud computing solution for your organization.
The Business Perspective
The evolution of cloud computing over the past few years is potentially one of the major advances in the history of computing. However, if cloud computing is to achieve its potential, there needs to be a clear understanding of the various issues involved, both from the perspectives of the providers and the consumers of the technology. While a lot of research is currently taking place in the technology itself, there is an equally urgent need for understanding the business-related issues surrounding cloud computing.