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Why every business needs more control over its data
There are three main drivers for organisations to think carefully about how they manage the security of the information they store, transmit and use.
Accenture: The importance of trust in data
As businesses continue to use more and more data, how can they improve the accuracy and legitimacy of their data?
Why the GDPR is necessary and key to the tech future
GDPR will not be perfect but it will add something writes Schneider Electic.
Bring on the fines: Survey finds most companies won’t be ready for GDPR
One month until GDPR comes into force and many companies are still not ready for the sanctions that come with up to €20m in fines or 4% of turnover.
TUV Rheinland helps Dahua Technology's IoT devices to become GDPR-compliant
The agreement will help develop product privacy for products such as IP cameras, network video recorders, software platforms, and intelligent servers.
Clyde & Co appoints Sydney-based cybersecurity partner
Clyde & Co expects that breach notification requirements will lead to an increase in demand for specialised advice across Australia this year.
Data stored in DNA a reality: Nlyte co-founder shares insights
Nlyte co-founder Robert Neave says the influx of data from mobile devices means data centres need to look at new and innovative ways to store data.
With the GDPR clock ticking, how ready is your organisation?
With only weeks to go before the European Union’s new GDPR regulations come into force, many Australian organisations are still scrambling.
The benefits and challenges of adopting a multi-cloud strategy
In the Asia-Pacific region, research company IDC predicts that more than 70% of enterprises will have a multi-cloud strategy by the end of this year.
Telstra ramps up data center and cloud security with vArmour
"In a hybrid-cloud world, organizations need simple approaches to comply with regulations and secure their applications.”
175 days to detect a network intruder in EMEA - just 77 in US
A study has revealed the median time for an EMEA business to detect an intruder is more than double that in the US - and it's much worse in APAC.
1.5 billion confidential data files publicly available - that's more than 12 petabytes of data
Credit card data, medical records, payroll data, intellectual property and tax information are all available publicly online with no data protection.
Now or never: Don’t get left behind in the race to GDPR compliance
Those who don’t comply will face huge financial penalties and are likely to be held publicly accountable for any misuse of customer data.
STUDY: How security managers protect data in public and private clouds
More data is being stored in the cloud, where IT departments have less control over it – and this trend is only set to continue.
SURVEY: 70% of customers would leave a business after a breach
A recent study from Gemalto proves it’s not just data that is lost following a breach – you’ll lose most of your customers too.
Interview: IBM New Zealand's John Martin talks GDPR, NZ's Privacy Act, and Australia's NDB laws
“Find out where the data is, what controls you have and what risks you have. There are going to be a few surprises.”
Nlyte releases new solution to help data centres comply with GDPR
The DCIM software company announced the global availability of its new GDPR solution for managing and monitoring IT infrastructure.
Looking at what lies ahead in a Post-NDB world
Fortinet takes a look at what business priorities should be in the wake of the Notifiable Data Breach Laws coming into effect.
Tighter data regimes demand action: four steps to cyber security
As China and the European Union (EU) strengthen their data protection regimes, organisations need to reassess their cyber security readiness.
Blueliv makes plea for cybercrime intelligence sharing across industries
With malware continually evolving, Blueliv says it's crucial that the 'good guys' begin to collaborate in the fight against cybercrime.
GDPR is imminent but 69% of businesses can’t secure customer data
GDPR is looming (May 25) over the heads of IT staff throughout Europe and beyond but this survey found data is still not being managed properly.
Cybercriminals likely to attempt GDPR extortion for greater ROI
Trend Micro says cybercriminals are becoming more business-minded and are likely to target organisations that are trying to comply with GDPR.
How GDPR changes the game for cloud service providers
While GDPR has been a hot topic of conversation recently, but what impact will the laws have on cloud platforms and environments?
Survey: Kaseya says MSPs underestimating GDPR despite focus on security
The seventh annual survey indicates that MSPs are increasingly focusing on security in regards to their value-add approach.