Bringing DAG and IGA Together for Improved Security and Compliance

In this contributed article, Ronald Zierikzee, senior solutions consultant for Benelux, Omada, examines crucial tools that work in tandem to ensure that remote workers, employees and contractors are able to access the information they need – and only that information – in a secure and successful manner. Identity governance and administration (IGA) helps manage user identities and access across an enterprise, helping improve visibility into access privileges and helping to implement the necessary controls to prevent inappropriate or risky access. Data access governance (DAG) is the process of managing and controlling access to an organization’s data resources.

The Synergy of AI and Cloud Transformation in the Payment Sector: Advancing Security, Scalability, and Innovation

In this contributed article, technical leader Kamala Manju Kesavan discusses how AI and cloud computing research in the payment industry sheds light on a prosperous arena of inventions and transformation. In the near future, the payment sector will probably welcome advanced technologies such as blockchain, biometric authentication, and AI-powered solutions, which will lead to transactions that will be more secure, rapid, and user-friendly.

Securing GenAI in the Enterprise

Opaque Systems released a new whitepaper titled “Securing GenAI in the Enterprise.” Enterprises are chomping at the bit to use GenAI to their benefit but they are stuck. Data privacy is the number one factor that stalls GenAI initiatives. Concerns about data leaks, malicious use, and ever-changing regulations loom over the exciting world of Generative AI (GenAI), specifically large language models (LLMs).

Looking to 2024: Data, AI and Security will be Top Priorities for Businesses

In this contributed article, Nathan Vega, Vice President of Product Marketing and Strategy at Protegrity, looks ahead to 2024, unpacks the make-or-break priorities that businesses must consider heading into the new year.

Big Data Industry Predictions for 2024

Welcome to insideBIGDATA’s annual technology predictions round-up! The big data industry has significant inertia moving into 2024. In order to give our valued readers a pulse on important new trends leading into next year, we here at insideBIGDATA heard from all our friends across the vendor ecosystem to get their insights, reflections and predictions for what may be coming. We were very encouraged to hear such exciting perspectives.

Sophos Anticipates AI-Based Attack Techniques and Prepares Detections

Sophos, a global leader in innovating and delivering cybersecurity as a service, released two reports about the use of AI in cybercrime. The first report—“The Dark Side of AI: Large-Scale Scam Campaigns Made Possible by Generative AI”—demonstrates how, in the future, scammers could leverage technology like ChatGPT to conduct fraud on a massive scale with minimal technical skills.

Three Considerations Before Adding Generative AI Capabilities to Your Security Stack 

In this contributed article, Ashley Leonard, president and CEO of Syxsense, reflects on some of the most pertinent issues affecting the adoption of generative AI in security. These include the question of who owns the AI output, how to conduct quality assurance to mitigate unwanted results, and companies’ overall preparedness to manage workforce displacement. The article also pulls real-life scenarios from across the industry and provide considerations to help businesses navigate generative AI adoption without missing out on the technology altogether.

Find out what drives today’s most successful platform businesses

In ‘The enterprise guide to platform thinking: What it can do for your business’, we explore how to achieve platform success and realize the full spectrum of business, operational, and customer value platforms can deliver. Inside, we dive into: – How platform thinking has evolved over the last five years, and the role that cultural, […]

The Buyer’s Guide to Cloud Security Solutions for Startups

Cloud security is a critical consideration, there’s no denying that. From your intellectual property and software services you sell, to sensitive data on customers and users, any threat can put your reputation on the line. While public cloud resources are key enablers of business, they come with the adoption of a shared responsibility model that […]

Generative AI governance How to reduce information security risks

Generative AI tools, particularly Large Language Models (LLMs) such as ChatGPT, offer immense potential for solving all kinds of business problems, from creating documents to generating code. They can also introduce security risks in two novel ways: leaking information and introducing code vulnerabilities. This article explores the ways these challenges often arise across organizations and […]