Guest Article: Nilesh Jain, Country Manager – India & SAARC, Trend Micro
First things first, who’s responsible for security breaches? The short answer will be, everyone. We will be discussing it at length in this article. Cyber security is a fundamental challenge in today’s world, as government agencies, corporations and individuals are increasingly becoming victims of cyber-attacks. It is a well-known fact that businesses are turning more and more often to the cloud and mobile applications as to stay ahead of the competitive curve. However, cloud storage, IoT and mobile applications increase security risks for all enterprises, no matter how big or small they are in terms of size and scope.
It should be considered that cyber-attacks are not only often but frequently creative and innovative. Though many large corporations around the world consistently boasts of “’security in their very DNA”, they often nose-dive to keep up pace with criminals who are always finding out newer ways to trespass your security cellar.
The point is not just about preventing breaches but also to learn from it so that it can be prevented in the future. That calls for figuring out who or what is to blame for a breach. With …