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How every business can benefit from GDPR compliance
At its very heart, GDPR is all about protecting customer and employee data.
Developing a one-two punch for cloud security
When data is regularly accessed from a myriad of devices outside the corporate firewall, strategies to maintain effective security have to evolve.
Businesses collecting more data than they can handle - Gemalto
"Whether it’s selling it on the dark web, manipulating it for financial gain or to damage reputations, unsecured data is a goldmine for hackers."
Uganda data centre raided, operator ‘held hostage’
Concerning news has emerged of a data centre in Uganda that was raided forcefully without warning by government officials.
Why internal financial controls are more important than ever
Global research from BlackLine suggests that data is increasingly seen as one of a company’s most crucial assets, yet it's always at risk.
IBM and Commvault partner for simplified data protection
IBM Business Resiliency Services will offer its customers the opportunity to deploy Commvault software on-premises, in the cloud, and in data centres.
Small businesses don't ignore the GDPR; it matters now
Any company that's doing business in Europe will be subject to the GDPR, including companies based in a foreign country.
How to get the right kind of control over your cloud
Trust in the cloud hasn’t always been universal, writes iland.
GDPR, changing what it means to be a good data custodian
One of the key elements of the GDPR is that it empowers citizens to have a voice in how their data is used.
Apple reportedly taking steps to crack down on iPhone unlockers
Apple is reportedly taking a stand against those who use phone unlockers to access data on iPhones,
Vulnerability, breach, and patch: Break the vicious cycle
Deploying static defences against a continually evolving attacker makes no sense.
Singapore welcomes new player in enterprise data security space
“We are excited about the opportunity Asia Pacific presents to Protegrity and look forward to working with the region’s leading organizations."
Australia's law firms facing 'serious but not insurmountable' cyber flaws
"Trials could also be affected if key documents related to arguments are inaccessible due to a ransomware attack."
Consumers will reward companies with good data protection - and they'll punish those without it
Consumers are wary about organisations’ ability to safeguard their personal data, with 37% believing most businesses just don’t know how to do it.
The cost of our connected world: how to overcome challenges without downgrading technical capabilities
Generally, the most successful threats are the simplest, says ESET senior research fellow Nick FitzGerald.
Fines for UK data privacy issues surged 29% in 2017 - what will GDPR bring?
Fines increased almost £1m last year and now with the biggest change to data privacy for more than 20 years, PwC says they will leap again.
The basics of data encryption: What you need to know
To ensure top notch security it’s necessary to understand the following best practices when deploying and utilising encryption.
GDPR a "phenomenally powerful" opportunity if done right
There’s no doubt you’ve been drowning in GDPR recently but we were able to break away from the hype and speak with THE expert on the matter.
Hundreds congregate for SolarWinds MSP event in Amsterdam
Empower MSP is a bi-annual event from SolarWinds MSP with one held in North America and one in Europe - we're on-site for the latter.
Key takeaways from Privacy Awareness Week: Experts comment
Cybersecurity experts from Sophos, Trend Micro, CyberArk, Mimecast, Bitglass & others share their thoughts on privacy and what it means for security.
Privacy Week interview: Aura Information Security's Peter Bailey
I spoke to Aura’s general manager Peter Bailey to get his take on Privacy Week, data security, and why privacy is everyone's responsibility.
Privacy Week: 79% of Kiwis concerned about businesses that share their personal info
Those on a lower income of $55,000 or less were more likely to be concerned about privacy (77%) than those with higher incomes (63%).
A four-step-plan towards cloud resilience in an age of data security
The ramifications of having a data breach are ten-fold for government agencies who handle sensitive information.
34% of polled Kiwis & 27% of Aussies ready to delete Facebook after data breach
The Facebook and Cambridge Analytica data breach has shown the world just how important data is to individuals and the organisations that collect it.