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Cylance report looks into questionable pentesting practices
The report demonstrates how the line distinguishing pentesting exercises from actual threat actor behaviour has thinned.
GDPR: Where does your organisation stand after the first year?
The UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has received an average of 1267 data breach notifications each month.
CEOs falsely led to believe company is GDPR compliant - Delphix
Delphix spoke to CISOs, CIOs, testers and developers at UK companies to find out the state of play at their organisations.
Key threats businesses must be vigilant against – LogRhythm
At home and abroad, companies anticipate cyber-crime will be the most disruptive economic crime of 2019 and 2020.
Ping’s significant expansion of its cloud identity solution
PingOne for Customers adds new features designed to create seamless and secure user experiences.
SurveyMonkey opens Dublin data centre
The investment is part of a broader focus to help enterprise customers have better control over their data residency.
Big SafeBox Data deploys QNAP NAS to offer GDPR-compliant backup solutions
Implementing QNAP has proven to be a great success for BSBData.
GigaSpaces receives Red Hat OpenShift Operator Certification
"We’re pleased to welcome GigaSpaces to this ecosystem."
Gartner: The five priorities of privacy executives
The priorities highlight the need for strategic approaches to engage with shifting regulatory, technology, customer and third-party risk trends.
New analysis paints a grim picture of data management pre-GDPR
Redscan’s data reveals most data breach reports were late and incomplete, and that GDPR is not necessarily the panacea solution.
New threats on the block: Formjacking, IoT, LotL attacks
Symantec's report provides an overview of the threat landscape, including insights into global threat activity, cyber criminal trends, and motivations for attackers.
UK IT decision makers more concerned about Brexit than GDPR
When it comes to data sovereignty, UK businesses are less prepared and thus more concerned for what Brexit will bring.
GDPR: 59,000 breach reports, 91 fines and counting
Google was fined €50 million earlier this year – the biggest fine to date under the GDPR.
Data Protection Day highlights breadth of compliance needed
A cyber resilience strategy with defence in depth is now a fundamental part of any organisation’s approach to operational activity.
Exclusive Q&A: Why businesses are storing useless hardware
In this exclusive interview, Blancco's Fredrik Forslund details just how expensive the issue of data centre waste has become.
Data Protection Day needs to be an everyday thing
Today marks the 13th annual Data Protection Day, a day aimed at raising awareness and promoting good data privacy practices around the world.
Organisations wasting $100k a year hoarding useless IT hardware
Staggering new research has revealed how businesses have become paralysed by data regulations and are sucking up the costs of storing old data centre hardware rather than risk a breach.
‘Pivotal’ change in data protection a wake-up call
Veritas' Jasmit Sagoo discusses how individuals now have more control over their data and how this has impacted organisations.
Data Protection Day finally gaining deserved recognition
In previous years this day has been overlooked but KCOM's David Francis says recent events have fueled its importance.
Varonis updates data security offering
Version 7.0 of the Varonis Data Security Platform features new cloud and threat detection and response capabilities.
Expert comment: Google fined US$57mil for GDPR breaches
The committee examining the breaches found two types of breaches of the GDPR.
Twitter says sorry about Android bug that lasted four years
Users of Twitter's Android platform may want to review their privacy settings.
Hillstone CTO's 2019 security predictions
Hillstone Networks CTO Tim Liu shares what key developments could be expected in the areas of security compliance, cloud, security, AI and IoT.
Internet issues, phishing emails top SMEs' tech concerns
A survey of UK small businesses has found that many are concerned about how internet-related issues could affect their business in 2019.