Cloud Syndicate

Ronald van Loon

Cyber Threats of 2023 – Are You Prepared?

September 21, 2023

Cybersecurity is an ever-expanding discipline, where every move is crucial, and the risks are unparalleled. Businesses must adapt to evolving threats, and this article provides an in-depth look into the key areas of concern, offering strategic insights specifically for enterprises. As

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Louis

Honeywell’s acquisition of cybersecurity provider sets sights on manufacturing sector’s deep IoT vulnerabilities

August 29, 2023

The manufacturing sector is rife with unprotected Internet of Things (IoT) sensors and devices, many of them integrated into enterprises’ mission-critical systems. The resulting gaps make operations technology (OT) and information technology (IT) networks vulnerable to devastating cyberattacks. Visibility is

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Ronald van Loon

Unleash the Power of AI Without Compromising Security: How Federated Learning is Changing the Game

August 1, 2023

The increasing adoption of technology and AI in business continues to drive concerns regarding sensitive data and the protection of assets. Organizations must implement tools to protect data while also leveraging that data to identify new use cases for AI

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Louis

The top 10 technologies defining the future of cybersecurity

July 26, 2023

CISOs face a tough balancing act. They must protect new digital transformation strategies that deliver revenue, and keep fragmented legacy systems secure. At the same time they have to battle the siege on identities, and get more work done with a

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Ronald van Loon

The Future is Personalized: The Power of AI Recommender Systems in Crafting Tailored

July 20, 2023

The digital economy, powered by sophisticated technologies like the Internet, mobile devices, cloud computing, and more, is experiencing a substantial shift due to the emergence of Artificial Intelligence (AI). These digital technologies have fueled the inception and growth of numerous

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Louis

Why healthcare in the cloud must move to zero trust cybersecurity

July 5, 2023

Healthcare providers must look beyond the cloud and adopt zero-trust security to succeed in fighting back against the onslaught of breaches their industry is experiencing. Attackers often prey on gaps in network servers, incorrectly configured cloud configurations, unprotected endpoints, and weak to

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Ronald van Loon

Accelerating the AI Pipeline with Optimized Software

June 12, 2023

In 2030, AI will likely contribute around $15.7 trillion to the global economy. Organizations that invest significantly in AI and leverage practices that accelerate and scale AI development have been shown to gain the highest ROI from AI and the most significant competitive

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Ronald van Loon

5G-Powered Digital Transformation: Driving the Global Digital Economy Forward

May 4, 2023

Smart factory, smart mining, and smart port; as technology leaps forward, so does the scale of new immersive experiences that continuously shape the world – and how we interact with it. The digital economy is thriving due to the pace

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Louis

How post-quantum cryptography will help fulfill the vision of zero trust

May 1, 2023

Lost in the debate over if, or when, a quantum computer will decipher encryption models is the need for post-quantum cryptography (PQC) to become part of organizations’ tech stacks and zero-trust strategies. Enterprises need to follow the lead Cloudflare has taken and

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Louis

A roadmap to zero-trust maturity: 6 key insights from Forrester

March 28, 2023

Once an enterprise decides to go all-in on zero trust, it usually starts strong, only to hit barriers no one saw coming. This makes a roadmap essential. Seeing its clients who are pursuing zero trust facing challenges in reaching the

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Richard Duffy

Overcoming the impact of a major disaster on their IT infrastructure

March 24, 2023

Overcoming IT Infrastructure Disaster (Updated: 03.24.2023) One of the least considered benefits of cloud computing in the average small or mid-sized business manager’s mind is the aspect of disaster recovery. Part of the reason for this is that so few

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Louis

CrowdStrike report shows identities under siege

March 16, 2023

Cyberattacks exploiting gaps in cloud infrastructure — to steal credentials, identities and data — skyrocketed in 2022, growing 95%, with cases involving “cloud-conscious” threat actors tripling year-over-year. That’s according to CrowdStrike’s 2023 Global Threat Report. The report finds bad actors moving away from

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Ronald van Loon

Enabling a Work-from-Anywhere Culture Starts with 5G

March 14, 2023

Work-from-anywhere has been an enduring theme since the onset of the pandemic, with 35% of surveyed Americans working remotely five days per week and 87% taking the opportunity to work flexibility if offered. Organizations are striving to equip their personnel for success

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Louis

How to use zero trust and IAM to defend against cyberattacks in an economic downturn

February 28, 2023

Despite double-digit budget increases, CISOs and their teams are scrambling to contain increased internal breaches, embezzlement and fraud. Identities are the attack vector of choice during a recession, exacerbated by inflationary costs driving up the cost of living, making phishing

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Dana Gardner

How A-Core Concrete sets a solid foundation for preemptive security

February 8, 2023

A special breed of company — even though it has a relatively small number of employees — does very big jobs with those lean and often distributed workforces. A perfect example of such a concentrated and efficient business is A-Core Concrete Specialists,

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Steve Prentice
The Need for Experts The explosion in AI technologies has brought with it clear concern that easy answers and intelligent copywriting are now the domain of machines. This has led to the question of whether ...
Gary Bernstein
AI-powered identity verification Even if you don’t want to admit it, doing business online in today’s environment poses a greater risk. Criminals are constantly on the lookout for vulnerabilities to exploit, including hacking, data breaches, ...
Cloudtweaks Comic Ai
How AI Is Important for Businesses Shifting to Remote Work The Coronavirus Pandemic has taught us that organizations must have remote work choices. It is no longer possible to work in a digital environment. The ...
Ray Meiring
Fueled by extensive demand in IT, healthcare, financial services, and telecommunication—initially spurred by the pandemic-driven frenzy to transition to remote working—managed service providers (MSPs) are busier than ever. As businesses adopt MSP services to upgrade, ...
Ron Cadwell
Net Zero Emissions Designs Sustainability has become an increasingly frequent topic of discussion for data center operators, with many pledging to be carbon-free as soon as 2030. But are these commitments a response to the ...