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Every MSP should know about today’s Cyber-security landscape

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Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

It seems like everyone is offering cloud services of every flavor these days, with new players joining the market every day. Over the past 10 years, we’ve seen cloud-based storage, email migration; remote monitoring, online productivity, and cloud security take center stage. Managed Service Providers (MSPs) are trusted with securing organizations’ networks. However, many do not fully understand their own customers’ priorities when it comes to security. As the IT industry continues to evolve, more security threats are emerging each day and we are seeing our private and personal data at risk of data breaches. Is the cloud secure? Companies that allow employees to use their network to visit social media websites are opening themselves up to cybersecurity risks. With more enterprises moving their business technology systems to the cloud—and moving away from on-premises—it only makes sense that security delivered as cloud services would follow suit. Yes, the on-premises security market is still growing, but we are seeing accelerating growth of cloud-based security services. According to Business Wire, the global Managed Security Services (MSS) market is estimated to grow from $14.32 billion in 2014 to $31.86 billion by 2019. Cloud-based security is indeed taking off. For most partners, it’s about […]

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INTERPOL and the fast-paced digital threat landscape

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Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Dr. Madan Oberoi is the Director of Cyber Innovation and Outreach Directorate at the INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation in Singapore. In this interview he talks about the key developments that allow law enforcement to stay on top the fast-paced digital threat landscape, offers insight on the challenges involved in managing international cyber innovation and research within INTERPOL, and introduces INTERPOL World 2015. What are the challenges of managing international cyber innovation and research within INTERPOL? With rapid technological advancement and effortless access to cyberspace, the world faces a range of new crime threats that are increasingly complex and intertwined. In the last few decades, we have witnessed a growing integration and interconnectedness of systems that were previously divergent, resulting in a ‘system-of-systems’. Crimes in cyberspace are not contained by national boundaries or within countries, making them a truly global threat. For example, in the cybercrime arena, the offence may have been committed in one jurisdiction or country, but the victims may be in a different jurisdiction, and regulations may differ. It is therefore extremely important that all stakeholders such as governments, police organizations, academia and private industry work together to combat these crimes. To help address this need, we […]

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