Moving forward

    This blog post is a joint collaboration between Lucas Young and Anthony Incorvati. Read more about the authors on their respective author page. Travel restrictions, working from home and social distancing have all had an impact on the way people and goods move around the world. Transportation UK and US practice leaders, Lucas Young and […]

      The flexible advantages of cloud security to help retailers post-lockdown

      Morphean’s retail segment lead, Andy Martin, explains how hosted security solutions can help the retail industry unlock intelligence and improve operations. The COVID-19 pandemic has added to the challenges already being faced by many retailers. As infection rates slowly decrease and businesses open their doors once more, there is much to consider. With staff and […]

        The arms race of AI in cybersecurity

        With any advancement in technology, you can bet that the criminal fraternity will be quickly examining its potential in supporting their nefarious goals. Whether cyber criminals planning ransomware attacks or the theft of data and financial information, or nation states looking to disrupt the critical infrastructure of adversaries (if not worse), new technology has the […]

          A fresh look at TCO

          From price to TCO Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) is a well-established concept in many industries, not the least in IT, as a way for strategic buyers to move beyond looking at the upfront price to understanding all costs associated with procuring, deploying and operating a system. In a previous post, we presented a model for […]

            Reflecting on our predictions of the macro trends affecting the sector in 2020

            Niels Bohr, the Danish Nobel Laureate in Physics, famously said, “Prediction is very difficult, especially about the future!” He was a clever man. Back in January, I published a post which looked at the broader macro trends that I thought would affect the security sector in 2020. At that point, few would have predicted the […]

              Data center security, from the perimeter to the rack

              If data is the new oil, as has often been claimed, are data centers the new power stations? It might sound like a grand claim, but when more and more of the data storage, processing and analytics that underpins so many aspects of business and society is handled by data centers, it’s perhaps not so […]