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Cybersecurity will need to be a foundational part of the enterprise architecture in order to protect and partition data and applications effectively across various pathways in the organization.
The need of the hour is a network security infrastructure that enables sharing without the risk of another group accessing data, applications, workstations, servers and virtual machines.
In a recent Unisys Security Index, we found the highest levels of consumer concern about protection of personal information and identity theft.
Steve Vinsik, VP Global Security Solutions, shares with us his view on Unisys Security Index findings on consumers’ reaction to data security breaches. Steve helps us understand consumers’ reaction impacts organizations that manage sensitive customer information, and the role Unisys plays in preventing leakage of sensitive data.
Michigan Cyber Summit focuses on threats emanating from organized crime, hacktivists, and nation state-sponsored cyber attacks.
Steve Vinsik, VP, Global Security Solutions, discusses breaking down the anatomy of a cybercrime.
Ten commandants that air cargo shippers, service providers, and international governments should follow to ensure security throughout the larger supply chain.
Over the past couple of weeks, we’ve seen reports of major defense contractors and systems integrators being the target of sophisticated cyber-attacks that appear to have leveraged vulnerabilities created from the RSA SecureID hack. In March, RSA notified SecureID customers that the company discovered an ongoing sophisticated attack targeting its internal systems. The attack resulted [...]
While airport security concerned Americans well before Sept. 11, 2001, our most recent Unisys Security Index results found that 59 percent of Americans are now seriously concerned about it. Additionally, 57 percent of Americans have serious concerns about security at large public gatherings. However, what we found especially interesting is that Americans are just about [...]
Today we released the latest round of the U.S. results from the Unisys Security Index (USI),which surveys 1,000 Americans about multiple dimensions of security. The results were a bit startling –- they showed a sizable jump in concern in America. To be more precise, the overall jump was over 20 percent — a statistically significant [...]