Assimilation of Security Technologies into Cloud Platforms

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Cloud Security: Assimilation of technology into cloud platforms

Cloud is the future and organizations around the world are adopting cloud platforms for managing their IT resources. According to a recent Gartner report on the cloud computing trends in India, the enterprise IT spend on cloud computing increased to $71 Billion in 2016, a six percent increment from 2015i. The trend is slated to continue. The same Gartner report positioned cloud computing to constitute a major share of the IT investments this year. With an increased rate of adoption and especially post recent cyber-threats like WannaCry and Petya, organizations across the world have realized the importance of cloud security and are working towards safeguarding their cloud. Continue reading

Internet of Everything – Security Concerns In a Connected Era

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securing IoT

Imagine a world where every aspect of your life is connected. What you do is recorded by a growing number of connected devices you touch, interact and encounter every day. And then the collected data is shared over a network. Our world is becoming a central nervous system running on a network of connected devices.

By 2020, the number of internet-connected devices will reach 50 billion. Mathematically, that’s around 8 connected devices per person. And this indeed creates a simple but a dangerous dilemma. While our ability to collect data will grow via connected devices, there is hardly any adequate security system in place to protect and secure this data. Continue reading

Alert! Hackers are Watching Your Organization [40 sec read]

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Enterprises encounter serious security breaches despite investing heavily in Information security infrastructure. Hackers are always devising new ways to breach the Information security of an organization, either from within the company or from outside.

Research suggests that 90% of enterprise breaches could be prevented through proper monitoring.

Alert! Hackers are Watching Your Organization. Enhance your Information Security.

However, setting up a 24X7 Security Operations Centre (SOC) to monitor is an enormous challenge because:

  • The high set-up costs can run into lakhs and crores of rupees
  • Demands significant time and effort
  • Growing shortage of skilled in-house security experts
THE CMS IT PROPOSITION

CMS IT is delighted to announce the “Security Eye”; Service that provides a round-the-clock monitoring of your IT landscape.

As a new-age Information security service provider, CMS IT Services is pleased to bring forward this unique proposition to help clients adopt a best-in-class SOC at minimal investment. Continue reading

Information Security – A Collective Responsibility

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Information Security - Collective Responsibility
Security breaches have turned to be regular news headlines. And these breaches occur everywhere, from small to big company, and in every industry, from retail to IT.

The threat posed by cyber criminals to critical IT infrastructure and business interest is a dangerous reality of today. It is further worsened by the fact that many businesses operate in different geographical locations. The applications and systems are accessed from multiple devices making businesses more susceptible to cyber threat than ever before. This has made cyber security a critical board room priority now.

The dual security challenges for organizations:

Nobody wants their business to get hit due to security compromise, and many companies are charting out strategies to deal with increasing cyber threats. Continue reading

Dell Laptops infected with ‘Superfish-Like’ pre-installed Malware | Information Security

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Release Date: 23/11/2015 | SEVERITY: Critical |

After the Superfish malware that attacked Lenovo laptops this february, another big computer manufacturer Dell’s PCs and laptops are reportedly found to have been pre-installed with a rogue SSL certificate that could allow attacks. It lets an attacker easily impersonate as a HTTPS-protected website and spy on when banking or shopping online. The rogue certificate, dubbed eDellRoot, was first discovered over the weekend. The certificate automatically re-installs itself even when removed from the Windows operating system. Continue reading