Posts tagged for “Security”

Executive Conversations

Sometimes the Best Offense is a Good Defense

June 12th, 2019

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.

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Executive Conversations

Making the World a Safer Place

May 14th, 2019

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.

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Life Sciences and Healthcare

A Hacker’s Dream … A Hospital’s Nightmare

March 27th, 2019

Hospitals must be able to defend themselves against an ever-changing threat landscape – often with limited budgets. Providers must understand where and why security concerns exist and take steps to proactively address and alleviate these concerns. Learn how you can take action today.

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Financial Industry Insights

Customer Trust vs. Customer Fear: Which Will Win at Your Bank?

March 22nd, 2019

Customer trust is critical in the financial services industry; the loss of trust can dramatically impact business. To sustain trust, banks and financial services institutions have to protect themselves and their customers’ information against persistent and increasingly sophisticated threats. Learn how you can take action today.

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ClearPath

Thinking Security: How Do We Know?

February 26th, 2019

This is the 38th blog in a series about security and how security is about how you think. In the last blog, I started to discuss the concept of a “software development lifecycle” (SDL) and how it helps produce great software that doesn’t fail. But is that software secure? How do we know?

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