Tag Archives : #security


CSO: Endpoint security trends for 2015 – What can we expect?  

InsightaaS: “In theory, theory and practice are the same. In practice, they’re different.” Most people are familiar with this saying, which draws a line between what we might expect and what we are likely to encounter in the real world. It came to mind when I was reviewing a CSO piece entitled “Endpoint security trends […]

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Deloitte University Press: Building consumer trust

InsightaaS: ‘Tis the holiday season, and all through the net, except for security, the blogs are all quiet. Okay, that’s a weak rhyme and weaker takeoff on a classic line, but it’s true nonetheless: while email is slow and bloggers appear to be enjoying downtime, the security chatter is getting louder. As was noted in […]


CSO: What the Sony breach means for security in 2015

InsightaaS: The Sony hack is one of those ‘crossover’ events, an IT security breach that is so big and bizarre that people with no real interest in IT security are talking about it and its repercussions. What might this enhanced visibility mean to the practice of IT security in 2015? Expert/blogger Ben Rothke has published an […]


Innovate and integrate to connect security

‘An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure’ applies to more than stocking up on your vitamins. It is also a sound principle on which to base IT security, and one that Dell appears to have adopted if the products and services on display at the recent Dell World 2014 end user conference […]

Jon Ramsey, CTO, Dell SecureWorks