It is always difficult for network admins to keep track of compliance and non-compliance in a large enterprise manually. When compliance management is taken care of network administrators manually, it leads to network mishaps as well as huge fines for organisations along with loss of reputation too.
To understand how well IT organisations have coped over the now two-year-long global pandemic, how operations have been impacted, and which factors influenced success, ManageEngine surveyed 437 IT professionals about a range of topics in late 2021.
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For a long time, companies have been collecting data from their customers without their complete knowledge and consent. Since the true purpose of such data collection is kept hidden from consumers and tucked deep inside the terms and conditions, many consumers click the “agree to terms and conditions” check box without understanding its impact.
Despite growing awareness of the need to advance beyond perimeter-based security, many organisations attempt a piecemeal approach to security. But this leads to an unprecedented proliferation of digital identities, paving the way for security loopholes that cybercriminals can exploit to paralyze an organisation’s entire network and sabotage its business.
Software deployment, or application management, seems like a simple routine but is actually a challenging task. You have to manage the entire life cycle of an application. You install it, update it at regular intervals when new versions are released, and then decide if the app has to be retained or revoked.
While patch management isn’t that complicated, devising patching best practices for your enterprise can be. Learn more about patch management best practices. Download this free e-book today and…
Security vulnerabilities become more concerning when smartphones, tablets, and laptops are used by employees to access and share sensitive organisation data without the IT team’s approval. A single leak could lead to the organisation breaching industry compliance standards and having to pay hefty fines.
Hunting down threats, assessing the security systems, and mitigating security incidents: Cybersecurity response teams of security operations centre (SOC) play a major role in preventing security attacks and controlling any damage done by a data breach or malware attack.
The rapidly changing IT infrastructure has extended the network perimeter and expanded the attack avenues, prompting attackers to try new techniques, and making cyberdefense a herculean task for organisations.