Home Cloud Computing In the post-PC era, information security must adapt to new realities

In the post-PC era, information security must adapt to new realities

0
0

Alfonso Barreiro identifies some fundamental changes that infosec personnel need to make to their approach in order to operate effectively in their organizations.

If there is one thing everyone agrees on when talking about the cloud, the BYOD movement, or the consumerization of IT in general, it is the fact that IT departments must adapt or face irrelevance. The need for change is perhaps even more important for information security offices, as the risks their organizations face increases, not only because of these trends, but because of changes in the overall threatscape. The attitudes and approaches to information security must evolve in order to effectively protect an organization’s information assets.

To learn more and to read the entire article at its source, please refer to the following page, In the post-PC era, information security must adapt to new realities- TechRepublic Blogs

tags:
Categories:
DABCC

DABCC.com, the world leader in sharing the finest Virtualization & Cloud news and support resources. #Citrix, #VMware, #Microsoft, #Mobility and much more! Brought to you by @douglasabrown & team!

Tell us what you think... Leave a comment below:

Be the First to Comment!

avatar
wpDiscuz

Featured Resources:

Related Articles:

| LATEST FEATURED RESOURCES

White Papers

    Downloads

      Latest Videos

        Performance comparison of Citrix Receiver for Mac 12.7 with Citrix Receiver for Mac 12.8 – Video

        In Citrix Receiver for Mac 12.8, we have achieved a leap in the graphics performance. Especially while working with a Citrix HDX 3D Pro-Environment. Now Citrix Receiver for Mac is on par with Windows Receiver and nearly 5X faster than Receiver for Mac 12.7. Learn more This video is from the fine folks at Citrix

        Views All IT News on DABCC.com
        Views All IT Videos on DABCC.com
        Register Today for Disrupt End User Computing Forum 2018

        Visit Our Sponsors

        Close