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In data we trust – balancing data innovation with data protection

Data is now a part of our daily lives and businesses must show consumers that they can safeguard their data effectively. When a friend asked a 19-year old Mark Zuckerberg

In data we trust – how can organisations escape the scandals and get big data right?

Fuelled by high profile data breaches, there is a much documented sense of wariness towards big data applications and the commercial use of personal data by private companies. When headlines

BYOD Threats Exposed: 61% of UK SMEs Suffer Cyber-Attacks

Small UK businesses that operate a BYOD policy are more likely to suffer a cybersecurity-related incident, according to new figures from Paymentsense.The merchant service provider polled over 500 small business owners

Most dangerous attack techniques, and what’s coming next

Experts from SANS presented the five most dangerous new cyber attack techniques in their annual RSA Conference 2018 keynote session in San Francisco, and shared their views on how they

Leveraging analytics to improve security

The concept of big data can be overwhelming for many organizations. They know that they have valuable information coming in from various sources, but often struggle with how to organize

Big data and insurance: Implications for innovation and privacy

The use of big data analytics in insurance offers societal benefits, as improved understanding of risks can inform risk reduction and enhance insurability. However, individuals, firms and regulators face complex

Big Data and Cybersecurity – Making it Work in Practice

In today’s complex IT environment, identifying security events fast is critical to minimizing the impact. However, in order to detect and remediate attacks in this environment, security teams need the

Top Four Challenges That Can Create Tough Sledding for Your Data Security and Compliance Program

Running a data security program can be an overwhelming and, at times, a thankless job. With one foot in the security world and the other in the database world managing

The evolution of BYOD security in a mobile-first world

Bitglass’ research team surveyed 200 IT and security professionals at a national Gartner conference to learn more about the evolution of BYOD security in a mobile-first world. Click Here To

Quarter of Firms Allow Password-Only BYOD Security

Over a quarter (28%) of organizations rely solely on user-generated passwords to secure BYOD, potentially exposing countless endpoints to credential guessing, cracking and theft, according to Bitglass. Click Here To View