By Jonathan Andresen
Not many people would argue with Thomas Edison’s quote, “The three great essentials to achieve anything worthwhile are, first, hard work; second, stick-to-itiveness; third, common sense.” If anything, it’s the last point – common sense – that’s been a virtue of the IT and software industry for decades, while the first two are table stakes.
By Heleena Thivya
While Covid-19 has resulted in a drop in demand for most industries, it happens to raise demand in the cybersecurity industry. As on May 21, 2020, one of the leading cybersecurity vendors, Palo Alto Networks, proposed Q4 2020 revenue guidance & CEO Nikesh Arora states: “Covid-19 accelerated the [security] trends in the direction of integration, consolidation, and cloud transformation.”
By Curtis Franklin
The coronavirus pandemic has forced changes for much of the business world, cybersecurity included. What can we expect going forward? From the way restaurants operate to how sports are played, many people expect life to operate a whole lot differently in the pandemic's aftermath. The big question for us, though, is what will the new normal be for those in cybersecurity?
By Owen Hughes
Employees are still ignoring cybersecurity best practice despite being more aware of the risks. Cybersecurity has shot to the top of many IT leaders' priorities over the past few months as remote working became the de facto way of doing business. Yet despite more awareness of the security risks of working from home, employees are still showing a lax attitude when putting it into practice, according to new findings.