Friday, May 1, 2015
Indusface, a leading provider of application security solutions for Indusface web and mobile applications, has worked out the potential threats that can lead to data breaches, along with ways to deal with these loopholes. While many organisations do understand the importance of sensitive information as most important business decisions are based on such data, not many organisations take proactive measures to protect the same.Mr Ashish Tandon, Chairman and CEO, Indusface says, “Where big organisations have the resources to handle a data breach, the small and medium enterprises don’t. With big data and cloud being deemed as the way into the future, there is a need to identify the risk factors and deal with them without losing time.”
Here are some potential threats that can lead to data breaches, along with ways to deal with these loopholes:
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"As one of the leading banks in India, securing application infrastructure is critical for us. Indusface’s Total Application Security package allows us to scan vulnerabilities continuously and prevent attacks. Indusface also provides the unique benefits of expert handling and tuning on custom rules with round-the-clock traffic monitoring and protection through on-premise appliances ..."
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