The technology sector is an agent of order to counter the disorder of Brexit. Technology remains a driver of economic prosperity and innovation around the world, as well as an enabler of social change, and brings peoples together.
In evaluating the data from the 2019 Unisys Security Index™, which was just released today, it shows that security concerns remain at a historically-high level around the world. Since its inception in 2007, the Unisys Security Index has provided a statistically-robust measure of concern about security in four major categories: national, financial, internet and personal.
The Easter bombings in Sri Lanka last month reminded all of us that the world can be a pretty scary place. And of course, it’s not just senseless ideological violence in Colombo, San Diego and Christchurch that are cause for worry.
Airlines and airports are facing a dynamic threat landscape that call for risk-relevant security solutions, which cannot interfere with efficient business operations or negatively impact the consumer experience. Learn how you can take action today.
Throughout the second day at HIMSS, I had the opportunity to partake in discussions with current and prospective partners, advisors, and analysts on arguably the most pressing topic facing healthcare IT today – security and privacy.
Unisys helps many of the largest brands and consumer companies around the world secure their customer’s data, but there are several things consumers can do as well to help protect their identity, privacy, and money in these holiday times.
The Zero Trust security movement has taken hold—and being asked to not trust by default is discouraging. However, when positioning the Unisys contribution to Zero Trust architecture, I became more sanguine about the prospect of applying an identity-driven cybersecurity approach that relies on data obfuscation, security analytics and automation, and that never assumes trust.