Why SIEM alone is not able to stop insider threats

Hackers come in many forms. They could be a single person acting alone or an organised group of individuals with nefarious intent. With so many possible origin points and numerous varieties of attacks it can be very difficult to prevent them all, let alone figure out where they are coming from and who is perpetrating them.

Owing to how complicated investigating and solving these incidents can be, sometimes it is easier to...

By Pablo Guilamo, 28 February 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Employees, Enterprise Mobility, IoT, Malware, Security.

The cybersecurity angle: Why recent research and investment in quantum and IoT is key

Opinion Our Scientific Advisory Team recently compiled a database of nearly 1,200 cybersecurity projects from academic institutions across the globe. Based on this research, various trends were identified. Globally, projects with an IoT element have increased by 123% when comparing the periods January 2008 to June 2013 with July 2013 to December 2018. Around 14% of current projects are IoT-related. With the promise of quantum computing on the horizon, there...

By Tom Ilube, 19 February 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, IoT, Research, Security.

Canadian government to invest in BlackBerry’s QNX platform for a driverless car future

BlackBerry is looking to develop the ‘next-generation automotive connectivity and safety solution’ in its native Canada – and has got the backing of the government to help it.

Those words were straight from the mouth – or rather, Twitter account – of BlackBerry CEO John Chen, who announced a commitment of $310 million CAD (£181.2m) to developing this platform, with $40m CAD coming from the...

By James Bourne, 18 February 2019, 0 comments. Categories: BlackBerry, Data & Analytics, IoT.

A bird’s eye view of enterprise security: From reaction to prevention

The cybersecurity space has become incredibly convoluted - a simple organic search of “cybersecurity solutions” will generate approximately 28,500,000 results. The nature of cybersecurity makes it a constantly moving target, but the sheer number of tools and methods designed to combat the dizzying array of threats is enough to make any corporate leader’s head spin as they contemplate which technologies achieve what and which are worth the investment.

By Ted Ross, 11 February 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Employee Education, Employees, IoT, Malware, Security.

The top 10 ways IoT and blockchain will strengthen enterprise supply chains

  • The majority of enterprises are prioritising their blockchain pilots that concentrate on supply chains improvements (53%) and the Internet of Things (51%) according to Deloitte’s latest blockchain survey.
  • By 2023, blockchain will support the global movement and tracking of $2tn of goods and services annually based on a recent 

By Louis Columbus, 05 February 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, Big Data, CIO, Enterprise Mobility, IoT.

Bringing together blockchain, IoT and AI: Turning Skynet into reality?

The events of annus horribilis 2008 changed the world forever. The change was dubbed the "New Normal" and in turn gave rise to shifts in economic and political power which would have been considered the stuff of fantasy fiction as 2008 came to a close.

Fast forward 10 years. Shifts in the financial tectonic plates apart, we have seen the rise and rise of social media as the facilitator of both social and political...

By Keith Bedell-Pearce, 04 January 2019, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, CIO, IoT.

It’s going to be a hundred-zettabyte world – with major investments in the edge reaping rewards

Global data creation is predicted to grow to 163 zettabytes (ZB) by 2025, 10 times the amount of data produced in 2017, according to new figures from IDC.

The findings appear in a report put together by the analyst firm alongside data storage firm Seagate. The report, titled ‘The Digitisation of the World: From Edge to Core’, notes how the enterprise is driving this change.

“Where...

By James Bourne, 03 December 2018, 0 comments. Categories: Big Data, Cloud , Data & Analytics, Enterprise Mobility, IoT, Research.

CIOs ‘actively embracing’ IoT, blockchain and AI, asserts Barclaycard

CIOs aren’t just considering implementing new technologies – they are actively embracing them.

That’s the key finding from a new study by Barclaycard. The banking firm, which polled 100 UK-based CIOs at companies with more than 250 employees, found three in 10 CIOs were piloting or using Internet of Things (IoT) solutions, with 35% piloting or adopting blockchain technologies and 45% using artificial intelligence...

By James Bourne, 22 November 2018, 0 comments. Categories: Applications, CIO, IoT.

Why more organisations are understanding the benefits of becoming an ‘intelligent enterprise’

If you want to become an ‘intelligent enterprise’ – one where the physical and digital worlds are connected to drive innovation via real-time guidance, data-powered environments and collaborative mobile workflows – then time is running out to be ahead of your peers.

According to new research published by Zebra Technologies, the number of firms who are becoming intelligent enterprises has doubled year over...

By Enterprise CIO, 20 November 2018, 0 comments. Categories: CIO, Data & Analytics, Enterprise Mobility, IoT.

CIOs fear IoT-related performance and revenue meltdowns, new research finds

The promise of the Internet of Things (IoT) is an insatiable one – but what price to pay for attempting to do too much too soon? According to new research, three quarters of CIOs fear performance problems with IoT rollouts could ‘significantly’ damage business operations and revenues.

The figures come from software company Dynatrace, who polled 800 global CIOs at businesses with more than 1,000 employees. 78%...

By James Bourne, 01 November 2018, 0 comments. Categories: CIO, Enterprise Mobility, IoT.