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IT Compliance

Establishing Efficient Data Governance Processes to Add Business Value

These days, organizations are awash with more data than ever before. The challenges this presents are compounded by evolving regulatory changes such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which

Industry Insights

3 Cyber Security Tips for Small Business Owners

Two out of three small business owners believe a cyberattack to their business is unlikely, but in reality, the same proportion of businesses has been victims of cyber attacks, according

Software

New Firefox Privacy Protections, Apple iOS Zero-Days, Facebook User Phone Numbers Exposed

You’re listening to the Shared Security Podcast, exploring the trust you put in people, apps, and technology…with your host, Tom Eston. In episode 85 for September 9th 2019: Firefox will

Software

Point-of-Sale Systems: The New Target for Malicious Actors

Last month, hackers breached point-of-sale devices in Checkers and Rally’s restaurants across 20 states, gaining customer information dating back to 2015. In theory, this occurrence should have deeply concerned customers and alerted

Artificial Intelligence

Why Artificial Intelligence Will Save Cybersecurity?

Cybersecurity is in a dire state. Massive breaches are commonplace. A few years ago, 70 million Target customers were affected by a large-scale cyber attack. Target’s CIO was immediately let

Industry Insights

Cyber Security Today – How to be safe going back to school

University and college students are going back to campuses for the fall sessions, often armed with new laptops, smartphones and tablets. But they may not be thinking seriously enough about

Industry Insights

Cyber Security and the Finance Sector: The Need for Stronger Data Protection Capabilities

After the fallout of the recent Capital One and Equifax data breaches, Clearswift commissioned a survey into the financial services sector to find out the extent of financial companies’ data protection capabilities. Worryingly,

IT Compliance

When will the GDPR pot boil over? It’s sooner (and different) than you think

There’s an old saying that a watched pot never boils. In reality, the sauce in that pot is heating up in a way we can’t quite see yet. After the

Identity Theft

Protecting your organization against privileged identity theft

What do the top data breaches of the 21st century have in common? Privileged identity abuse. In these breach instances, well-resourced, external actors were able to gain the credentials of