A note about our event: We believe in the power of gathering our community to share, inspire, and strengthen our industry through live events. While we hope to get together in person, we are exploring digital options to augment the live experience, and if needed, replace the live event if conditions aren't right for us to meet face to face in September. The health and wellbeing of the Interop community is our top priority therefore our planning efforts for the September event include increased cleaning/sanitation, hygiene advocacy, increased availability to medical staff, travel restriction mitigation, physical distancing measures and modified food service, to name a few.
The coronavirus outbreak is first and foremost a human tragedy, affecting hundreds of thousands of people. It is also having a growing impact on the global economy. This page provides the IT community with a perspective on the evolving situation and insights into how to maintain business continuity and productivity challenges brought on by a surge in remote working.
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The State of IT and Cybersecurity Operations
May 20 | 1:00 PM EDT
Dark Reading recently took a measure of the relationship between IT and Security teams. Join them as they discuss the survey, share its findings and review best practices for CIOs and other leadership roles.
Preparing for, Detecting, and Managing a Critical Data Breach
June 17 | 11:00 AM EDT
A full-day virtual event to help your organization get ready for that "really bad day" in cybersecurity.
4 Cybersecurity Lessons from the Pandemic
An epidemiologist-turned-CTO describes the parallels between the spread of a computer virus and the real-world coronavirus.
COVID-19 Omdia Analyst Advisory: Security
A listing of free security products and services developed for Dark Reading by Omdia analysts to help you meet the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic.
Cloud Scalability Shows Its Worth in the Wake of COVID-19
New Threats Emerge Amidst Move to Work From Home
Tips for IT Managers Transitioning to WFH
How To Keep Your Privacy and Data Secure While Working With a Remote Team
Apps That May Help Enterprises Get Through the Pandemic
Enable Your Employees to Securely Work from Home
AI in Health Care: It’s Coming, One Disease at a Time
Putting Cloud Resources to Work on COVID-19 Research
A fund to support projects studying the virus offers to make cloud technology more accessbile to the research teams that aim to turn the tide on the pandemic.
Fighting Cybercrime in a Pandemic Threat Landscape
Learn about Evidence of Compromise, a new approach to cyber risk management that gives you unprecedented visibility into your entire 3rd-party ecosystem, so you can prioritize active compromises, not hypothetical vulnerabilities.
Enterprise Risk Teams Tackle Coronavirus Troubles
Enterprise risk management teams are on the job evaluating supply chains, cybersecurity risks, remote work issues, and other challenges as business confronts the impacts and opportunities brought on by COVID-19.
How Startup Innovation Can Help Enterprises Face COVID-19
Disruptive ideas can give organizations ways to maintain operations in a time of quarantines and social distancing.
COVID-19: Using Data to Map Infections, Hospital Beds, and More
The spread of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, and the resources to fight it, are being tracked and mapped by governments and other organizations in the US and the world. Here's how they are doing it.
Rules Rewritten: Managing Data Centers Through the Pandemic
The world’s data center operators have made big operating adjustments. Some of these changes may stick around post-crisis.
Data Center Interconnection Platforms Pitch in to Help IT Scale During the Crisis
The biggest interconnection providers try to take some burden off organizations scaling up to support remote work and education.
Will the Coronavirus Break the Internet? Highly Unlikely, Says Cloudflare
The internet infrastructure provider says there have been big traffic spikes, but nothing like the Superbowl.
UK Data Centers Plead for Critical Status for Contractors as Coronavirus Takes Hold
British government has designated data center operators as critical but not their heavily relied upon third-party contractors.