When it comes to thinking about cyber-attacks, many of the folks running businesses are relying on a heavy combination of faith ("it won't happen to us"), reliance on cyber-insurance ("any losses will be covered"), and the unfounded belief that the long-term consequences won't be that bad ("if it does happen, we'll be back in business in no time"). Alas, every single one of those ideas is simply wrong.
Government and business leaders in every corner are experimenting with blockchain solutions. But these projects face the risk of becoming dead-on-arrival if their designers fail to prepare for the looming threat of quantum computers.
There are plenty of security solutions designed to secure the fences that are the first line of defense in most organizations, but what about the threat from within? Expert Ameesh Divatia looks at why insider threats are the next big security challenge.
From Big Data to Behavioral Analytics to Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence presents a confusing landscape, in large part because the terms are vague and defined inconsistently (and vendors like it this way).