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Commvault Data Platform releases new innovations for enhanced data value
Commvault has released a number of new features for its Data Platform, with an emphasis on helping businesses get more value out of their data.
When do managed security services make sense?
Some of New Zealand’s biggest companies are increasingly employing CISOs tasked to manage security issues for the enterprise, but what about others?
Risk map reveals global data security danger zones
Data storage security in the Asia Pacific region is a mixed bag of risk and reliability, according to a recent survey by Swiss company Artmotion.
HPE launches solutions for 'fearless' innovation and security
Hewlett Packard Enterprise is focusing on 'simplicity' and 'effectiveness' in its new line of solutions designed to increase intelligent security.
Global file security provider FinalCode joins IBM's Partnerworld
“We are enthused to be working with IBM partners and customers to help them eliminate data leakage risks."
Three ways to tell between enterprise and consumer clouds
Cloud computing is spreading with a vengeance - for businesses and consumers alike as it becomes the new digital norm.
Acronis Backup 12 - complete data protection with Acronis
"With Acronis Backup 12, businesses get the complete protection required in this new digital world with the ability to control their data"
Data leaks: How you can most effectively protect your client’s data
Exclusive Networks’ Jonathan Odria explains why a robust Data Loss Prevention (DLP) solution could have stopped the ‘Panama Papers’ from leaking.
Say hello to Ixia's TrafficREWIND
Ixia have announced a new solution that captures traffic patterns from a production network and accurately recreates them in a controlled environment.
Are security monitoring alerts becoming obsolete?
Most SOCs today work by putting their first level analysts – the most junior analysts, usually assigned to be the 24×7 eyes on console.
Physical, digital and behavioural security the key to cyber protection
Singapore's new Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA) may not be enough to cover all aspects of data security, a new white paper by Shred-it says.
Is your data still protected? Three steps that could save enterprises $1m a year
Most IT professionals are so busy dealing with everyday challenges and managing fires that there’s hardly ever time to recognise progress.
38% of organisations are data protection 'laggards'
The reports keep coming through loud and clear: organisations are not doing enough to protect their data, favouring the old over the new.
Data loss prevention tools: What you need to know NOW
Your datacenter is a target. For hackers, for opportunists, for professional criminals and for rogue operators. Why?
Massive data leak in Czech Republic- and how to avoid one
Over 1.5 million customer records at T-Mobile Czech Republic were stolen by one of its employees.
Ransomware: Easy to get hit, difficult to stop and costly to recover
Fortinet’s Gary Gardiner explains what ransomware is, how it works and ten tips to keep your data and applications from being held for ransom.
Zuckerberg password breach prompts warning about account security
Change your password now and make it strong. That's the advice from Symantec after Mark Zuckerberg was the latest victim of a password leak.
FirstWave tackles $3 billion enterprise issue
“The solution we've developed is designed to detect and block various ‘whaling’ attacks, specifically to protect a company’s C-Level executives."
Dell offers solution for SME security protection
Dell's most recent Data Security Survey reports that one in five Australian companies believe they do not have the right business protection tools.
Data-centric security for the Internet of Things
The Internet of Things (IoT) & its dependence on the cloud has created new, critical security challenges in the escalating fight against cyber-crime.
Acronis launches revolutionary Blockchain technology initiative
Acronis is taking a unique and targeted approach at how Blockchain can be used to solve specific data protection problems.
Amy Adams address: Wellington Privacy Forum
Justice Minister Amy Adams addressed the Wellington Privacy Forum with a focus data privacy, sharing and the Privacy Act.
Study finds Kiwis worried about data privacy by state and private companies
World Internet Project New Zealand study discovered that users care more about private surveillance by companies than government surveillance.
Google suffers minor breach when third-party vendor accidentally exposes employee information
Google is one of the latest victims of a minor security breach after confidential information about Google Employees was sent to an outside business.