We Are Looking for Partners, Says Paladion

Channel Post speaks with Amit Roy, executive vice president and regional head for EMEA at Paladion about their strategic move to enter channel and how the company intends to grow its channel business, while retaining the direct business too in the Middle East Africa region...Read more

How Enterprises Can Secure Their Multi-Cloud Environments

A recent study produced by the Ponemon Institute shed light on global enterprises’ growing adoption of Cloud technologies—and the security risks involved in securing these Cloud-based environments....Read more

Artificial Intelligence in Cybersecurity: From Hype to Reality

Artificial intelligence in cybersecurity has recently made several headlines: "The Future of Cybersecurity: Artificial Intelligence" (Cybersecurity.CIOReview), "How AI is the Future of Cybersecurity" (Infosecurity Magazine) and "AI in Cyber Security Market to Grow at an Exorbitant Pace" (P&S Market Research)...Read more

Artificial Intelligence: The Next Generation of Cyber Defense

SecurityMEA speaks with Amit Roy, executive vice president and regional head for EMEA at Paladion on the rise of artificial intelligence and the role of AI in cyber defense especially as Paladion sets up its AI driven MDR services in the region...Read more

How AI Is Transforming Cyber Defense

Enterprises are going digital to leverage business advantage from faster time to market, automation efficiencies and execution speed. The race is on to achieve digital connectedness of their entire value chains. At the same time, cybercriminals see the increasing digitization as a window of opportunity. Cybercrime syndicates are actively targeting digital ecosystems including cloud infrastructure, software as a service (SaaS) offerings and internet of things (IoT) devices. Enterprises are faced with the challenge of pushing for greater gains in business advantage while balancing the risk of cyber exposure....Read more

Cybersecurity in Hospitality: An Unsolvable Problem?

A hospitality company’s vulnerability to a single point of failure is a massive weakness. Only one employee at one hotel needs to make one mistake to create a global crisis. And these failure points are likely. Hotel computer systems are in constant use from countless terminals. Most of the employees who interface with computers at hotels are not IT employees, nor are they trained to act sensitively to cyber security concerns. Many hotels utilise legacy systems, and even modern systems are rarely patched, updated, and protected...Read more

Securing The Base

Everyone believes that someday or another, they are going to have an incident but what determines whether it is a real breach or not is their ability to detect, respond and mitigate or remediate in time, or did they let it pass without being able to do anything about it..Read more

Why Artificial Intelligence in Cyber Security is Need of the Hour

A set of socket wrenches is not attractive. By itself, it won’t mend a car either. But in the hands of a skilled mechanic, there is little that cannot be repaired or improved. That is largely the situation with AI today. It won’t replace human security engineers neither can it handle cybersecurity on its own. However, it is now a critical tool for getting on top of cyber security, managing the volumes of threat data for better detection and response and keeping cyber defenses high enough to repel or evict attackers before any serious damage can be done.Read more

Evolution of Blockchain Technology

It is clear many individuals and organisations from different fields are now looking at applications for blockchain that extend far beyond its origins in cryptocurrency and new financial models. Of course, banking appears to be the first major industry investing heavily in blockchain. But, as we are seeing, everyone from Microsoft to academia are exploring the technology's potential, and its implications to disrupt their industries. It's no surprise then that blockchain is now producing real implications for the cybersecurity field.Read more

Is Healthcare in India GDPR ready?

Part of the GDPR concerns the right of European Union individuals to have their personal data removed from an organisation’s database. This may need to be balanced against other legal requirements, such as maintaining billing records for healthcare provided. Clearly, where there are no other legal requirements to retain data and an individual from the EU demands that his or her data is to be deleted, the organisation in question must comply.Read more