Palo Alto will spent nearly $670 million buying Talon and Dig to broaden its cloud security portfolio and protect unmanaged devices without affecting usability. Purchasing Tel Aviv, Israel-based Talon Cyber Security for $435 million will help safeguard the 36% of the workforce that's independent.
Improve your organization’s cyber readiness so you can confidently respond to the latest threats. The Google Cloud Cybersecurity Forecast 2024 provides insights on the year ahead from experts on the frontlines of the latest attacks. Read the report to learn what 2024 holds for generative AI-enabled security,...
Corporate boards of directors are now mandated to take stronger roles in enterprise cybersecurity. That can be both good news and concerning. David Homovich of Google Cloud tells how to turn board interest into a positive relationship to improve crisis communication and defenses.
Kubernetes is a many-layered beast, a complex platform that consists of more than half a dozen components. While it offers a handful of native security features, fully securing your environment means addressing various types of potential vulnerabilities across layers of infrastructure.
K8s are great, but protection...
Containers’ popularity is no mystery. It’s apparent to cybersecurity teams everywhere and the developers have widely embraced containers because they make building and deploying so-called cloud native applications simpler than ever.
However it still brings with them a range of cybersecurity issues involving...
Today’s expanded enterprise attack surface generates much more security data,that is both more complex and siloed, than only a few years ago. As a result, SOC analysts must manually analyze data to triage alerts and take effective action. Alerts overload analysts, so threats are missed, and dwell times remain...
Palo Alto Networks plans to purchase a data security posture management startup led by a Microsoft and Google veteran and backed by Samsung. The proposed buy of Tel Aviv, Israel-based Dig Security will give Palo Alto Networks customers visibility into and control of their multi-cloud data estate.
Cloud adoption is showing a slowdown, but the security of the cloud remains a significant concern and is a leading priority going into this year. In fact, 95% of organizations surveyed for this report said they are “moderately” to “extremely” concerned about their security posture in public cloud environments....
Digital transformation in the cloud is continuous. It comes with an ever-expanding risk landscape that's increasingly challenging. As IT teams seek to meet these challenges, they must focus on scaling their businesses securely while continuing to innovate to improve the customer experience.
Visibility, consistency, efficiency - are goals every security leader strives to achieve across cloud environments, and remains one of the key digital transformation challenges. Cisco's Sean Baze talks about how to overcome this challenge and discover new efficiencies through a data-driven approach.
The maker of the world's most popular VPN service hauled in $100 million on a $3 billion valuation to accelerate growth through mergers and acquisitions. The Warburg Pincus-led investment will allow the Lithuania-based internet privacy and security vendor to expand its product offering.
Zscaler's ability to inspect traffic in-line and secure application-to-application communications has driven massive growth in its data protection business, CEO Jay Chaudhry said. Customers have embraced Zscaler's data protection technology over incumbents such as Symantec as well as CASB tools.
Organizations struggle with governing the data that goes into and informs large language models since it's in documents rather than spreadsheets or SQL databases, said BigID CEO Dimitri Sirota. Companies need a more effective governance framework for managing unstructured data, Sirota said.
Financial services organizations face unique cloud security challenges, due to special regulatory, data security and privacy considerations that don't necessarily apply to other industries. Security and payments experts with overlapping skill sets unpack the challenges and how to deal with them.
With the growth of generative AI services, organizations want better control of the data going in and coming out of AI. Talon CEO Ofer Ben-Noon discussed how his firm has built a DLP compliance model around generative AI services that blocks healthcare information or SWIFT data shared with ChatGPT.