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IAM and GDPR: How can security teams ensure they work in tandem?

As organizations digitally transform, critical systems and sensitive information can be accessed by more users in an organisation than ever before. With the added pressure of GDPR, organisations have to ensure that strong security practices are implemented in the systems that people use to access data. This is where Identity Access Management (IAM) and Data Access Governance (DAG) comes in, giving granular access to the systems and data individuals use. Like with any security implementation howe...

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Achieving the right balance between insight and data privacy

Mark Humphries, Managing Consultant for Civica Digital, explores the importance of data structure and governance for insights-driven councils and public bodies.

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GDPR – Keeping a Continuous Focus on Compliance

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force on 25 May 2018. In the months that followed, the regulators were quiet, but businesses would have been unwise to have been lured into a false sense of security. In fact, data breach notifications were being collected and enforcement actions beginning behind the scenes. By Michael Mittel, President and GM, RapidFire Tools, a Kaseya Company.

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The role of Information Assurance in managing data security

A new year is the time for lots of pledges of how things will be done differently: new targets to meet, processes to drive forward and the chance to make positive changes. By Dan Panesar, VP EMEA, Certes Networks.

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When Mobile Security and Compliance Clash – The MDM crisis

Out of all the IT security risks we face, mobile devices are the hardest to defend from cyber attacks, according to a 2018 cybersecurity report. This is not surprising as they have unique vulnerabilities that nefarious parties can exploit. Some examples of malicious tactics include spoofing free Wi-Fi in order to steal data and credentials from off-site employees, creating phony apps for smartphones, and even physically stealing a device as a whole. By Anurag Kahol, CTO at Bitglass.

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Cyber security predictions for 2019

Corporate Cybersecurity is a huge concern for both customers and business owners alike with the number of attacks keep growing month on month. 2018 has seen a multitude of hacks and breaches coming from a wide array attack vectors. Companies have been left with data losses, stolen customer information and compromised networks. Big business just hasn’t been able to respond to the challenge fast enough, resulting in successful hacks that have resulted in data loss, and malicious cybersecurity rela...

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Ferrari: A New Perspective on Cybersecurity

Ferrari took a strategic decision to choose Kaspersky Lab as their IT Security provider. They wanted to introduce more stringent IT security measures, both to protect their core business and to ensure an increase in safety. Find out more in this exclusive video.

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