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IANS Executive Communications covers InfoSec topics from key news publications, using business language to brief the C-suite, the board, and key internal stakeholders.
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The importance of focusing on storage, database and application migration, tips for planning and performing a successful data migration, and the need for secure communications, backup and other key considerations.
Attackers generate $1.5 trillion in annual profit, which is about equal to the gross domestic product of Russia and Korea, which would make cybercrime the world’s 13th largest GDP. This slide is designed to show the facts in a digestible format to senior stakeholders in your organization.
Receive a “Daily Dive” every morning on what security topics to communicate to your CEO from news publications in The Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, and The New York Times.
All organizations, in all industries, need to prepare for 2019 by establishing a comprehensive privacy management program to address the additional and expanded privacy requirements set to emerge in the next year and beyond.
This cheat sheet compares key services and cloud terms among major cloud services. This update provides Google Computer Platform (GCP) terminology, in addition to Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft's Azure.