It’s an issue that gnaws at many cyber security executives perhaps as much as the latest insidious threats: the ongoing security skills shortage. And recent research suggest that the prospects will not get better any time soon.
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There’s clearly a sense of combativeness building on the part of cyber security leaders, teams, and organizations worldwide. Weary of seeing cyber criminals and other bad actors break into networks and systems seemingly at will to steal sensitive data, they are taking steps to bolster the overall effectiveness of security programs.
Software is powering much of the world today, from the largest computing machines to the smallest devices that can fit on a computer chip. That means there is a greater opportunity than ever for security breaches. As any end user knows, even the highest quality software can come with vulnerabilities.
Organizations are continually striving to make their data centers more energy efficient, while at the same time ensuring high performance and strong security. This can be a challenge for CIOs and data center administrators—to say the least. But it’s an important goal in a business environment that calls for efficient IT operations, rapid response to end-user and customer demand for processing and the protection of critical information resources against intrusions.