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Many businesses around the world have suffered a ransomware attack and had their data encrypted. Protecting sensitive data is vital to all businesses, trying to avoid identity theft and protect privacy is key. Businesses lose confidential information, documents and even pictures every day due to their data not being backed up. Some have even paid…

To make one point clear, indicators of compromise (IOCs) are not threat intelligence. IOCs are a valuable source of data, but threat intelligence is the tangible information that forms the basis for your actions, based on the context in which the data originates. IOCs on their own are just one facet of what makes up…

Time-to-detect is the period of time between when your data is compromised and when the threat is detected. Even with this brief definition it’s clear as to why the success of your data security relies on this window of opportunity to be as narrow as it possibly can. Cyber threats are becoming more and more…

72% of businesses don’t have the right operational infrastructure or necessary processes in place to detect and respond to an IT data breach. Suffering a data security attack costs businesses millions annually, but it’s not just the financials that you need to have on your radar. From the same survey, 68% of businesses cited that…

Gartner predicted that in 2016 95% of security failures would either be the customer’s fault or more worryingly, the fault of poor internal data protection policies. Whether it’s the consequence of a disloyal employee or an accidental misuse of technology, it’s critical to have procedures in place should your company fall victim to an internal…

The summer season, despite its hedonistic appeal, can present business continuity problems for organisations. Summer holidays are in abundance, sickness rises due to allergies and shockingly, overall workplace productivity decreases by 20%. Business operations need to manage this tumultuous period but without micromanaging, banning privileges or restricting annual leave. Centralising your IT policy to your…

Since the emergence of remote working in the cloud, organisations are still tip toeing around the idea of bringing such technologies into the workplace with one reason being – which is a very valid one – the potential security risks. And you’d be in your right to factor in these concerns when making operational decisions….

The cloud is almost irresistible. Modern business operations are rapidly moving towards technology dependent infrastructures where agility is at the core of the strategy. Forrester Research recently predicted that the cloud market will reach $191 billion by 2020. Early adoption of new enabling technologies can be an important manoeuvre to outflank your competitors and get…

Whilst the protection of confidential data within businesses should always be considered an absolute priority, there are few industries where this need for vigilance is quite as pronounced as it is within the world of law. However, this is just one of many reasons that well-equipped IT infrastructure is essential to ensuring your firm thrives….

Through consistently deploying new point solutions in reaction to new data sources, businesses often find themselves vulnerable to protection gaps – a typical result of the additional complexity associated with multiple, often overlapping point solutions. Given these inherent vulnerabilities, it is understandable that many businesses opt to invest in a single data protection system to…

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