Project key points
Development and Implementation of Website, Ongoing Maintenance, Web Design Support and Development. Website Search Engine Optimisation, Google & Bing Engine website...
Project key points
Performed full Audit on the I.T infrastructure used at 400Gradi, a full assessment was supplied and reviewed with key actions to follow upon this. On going Web Design Support...
Onyx is business which specialises in Blinds, Screens and Shutters. Onyx had performed a major re brand and came to us to develop a new website which required to be kept inline with the business...
Iris Dental is a dental clinic located in Melbourne Victoria, Point Cook. Iris Dental engaged ITCorp to redesign a new site to improve the online image with also helping generating online traffic to...
Melbourne AirConditioning & Heating
Melbourne AirConditioning came to us looking for a new look and website as they moved into a new market. They focused on providing custom air domestic and commercial installations with also...
Cambria Pallets contacted IT Corp to take over their existing site with performing some minor updates and changes. The site was copied onto IT Corp servers which is where its being hosted. IT Corp...
The Cloud Services Trend Gives Rise to Security Concerns
More and more businesses are realizing the advantages of cloud services and making the shift; however this new trend is also giving rise to serious security concerns.
Added to this concern is the new BYOD (bring your own device) trend in many firms where employees are able to bring their own laptops and smartphones into company premises and connect to the wireless network. Both these new phenomenon are giving malicious hackers a new way to penetrate security apparatus’ and gain access to organizational networks.
Even though IT security techniques are becoming more sophisticated, these new trends mean that 2014 will bring with it more malicious attacks by hackers and – very likely – more security breaches. “In 2014, cyber espionage and state-sponsored threats will continue to make headlines, but the concerning underlying trend is that similar technology can and will be used against ordinary businesses,” comments Ovum principal analyst Andrew Kellet.
All of this means that in 2014, you should look out for some of the following security trends:
• Cloud services and mobility will bring about significant changes in how IT security and user protection are managed
• Security-as-a-Service will be high in demand by more and more organizations
Security experts predict that these new trends will require companies to not only take more defensive measures in order to protect themselves, but also to take proactive measures in order to counter potential security threats before they occur. However, most small or medium sized organizations do not have the financial resources or the technical skills in order to take such measures. Thus, such organizations will probably need to outsource their security requirements to external security experts.
If you would like to find out more about how to secure your organization from malicious hackers, contact IT Corp today and speak to one of our experts.