With the explosive growth of Internet of Things (IoT) devices and the related massive data produced at the edge of the network, the centralized cloud computing model is running up against limitations associated with bandwidth, computing resources, and the latency often associated when processing is done in the cloud instead of locally.
The biggest challenge in today’s multi-cloud world is not storing data or supporting applications, but securing that data all along the “digital supply chain.”
The first data breach this year happened January 1, when the private data of 30,000 Australian civil servants was stolen in an email phishing attack.
A report published by Cyber-Security Insiders revealed eye-opening responses from CSOs, CIOs and other executives in global enterprises. In summary, their research (commissioned by CA Technologies) uncovered these five facts: