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Commvault drops 3 new data recovery services especially for laptops - Commvault GO 2017
On top of the Commvault’s latest SaaS solution, customers can add on Commvault Endpoint Search.
Commvault partners with Google Cloud Platform - Commvault GO 2017
Commvault recently conducted a survey revealing that 56% of respondents are cloud-only or plan to move 100% of their workloads to the cloud.
Survival kit for complying with GDPR and other regulations in APAC
A huge number of Asian companies now need to understand the nuts and bolts of the GDPR and quickly figure out a path to compliance.
Sophos report showcases ransomware's biggest hits of 2017
"Ransomware is platform-agnostic and they need to protect themselves regardless of how, where and when they work."
How government can safeguard identity on the blockchain
Blockchain is almost entirely secure in the face of human-led threats.
Seven strategies for better SCADA data protection
SCADA systems can be open to data loss or cyber crime. StorageCraft’s Marina Brook offers some tips to improve protection.
New Zealand staff responsible for 29.6% of cyber attacks - report
“Building and maintaining trust is going to be the greatest differentiator for New Zealand businesses in our digital society."
Industry experts weigh in on getting ready for GDPR
A recent worrying survey found that only 3 in every 10 UK businesses have started preparing for the GDPR - seven experts have provided their insights.
The top five ways data is lost in the cloud - and how to prevent it
StorageCraft’s Marina Brook offers up tips on the most common ways data is lost in the cloud - and how to prevent cloud data loss.
98% of firms still not quite sure about GDPR specifics
70% of respondents across eight countries believe that GDPR will crown Europe a world leader in data protection, but there are lapses of understanding
Palo Alto Networks brings WildFire threat intelligence platform to APAC
Palo Alto Networks has brought WildFire Cloud to Asia Pacific with a new base in Singapore, furthering the company’s cloud reach.
Macquarie Bank launches pilot of Australia's first open banking platform
“We’re looking forward to working with third party providers and developers to drive new and more personalised solutions for our customers."
Japan conference to put connected car security in the spotlight
Tokyo’s Kogakuin University is set to host the third annual meeting that puts intense focus on cybersecurity in connected cars this month.
CSIRO's Data61 builds innovative security platform for defence sector
CSIRO’s Data61 has developed new technology for government and defence staff that allows them to securely access multiple computer networks.
Australians turning a blind eye to data backup & security
Some Australians are turning a blind eye to their computer safety – even despite highly publicised cyber attacks, according to a survey from Acronis.
ESET reveals what to watch out for before you buy encryption
Encryption services are becoming a focus for organisations and decision makers as new data protection laws such as the GDPR come into effect.
Why financial services firms shouldn't fear cloud security
Data security concerns may be delaying financial services providers’ move to the cloud, but it’s a fear that is leading to missed opportunities.
Four key steps to improving your cyber defence capabilities
To ensure organisations have effective security strategies in place, they need to rethink the concept of "protection".
Rackspace puts focus on data protection & compliance with newest offering
Managed cloud provider Rackspace has moved further into the cybersecurity market with a new data protection and compliance solution.
AWS launches 'Macie', its newest machine learning security service
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has welcomed the newest addition to its portfolio, a machine learning security service called Amazon Macie.
APAC internet users demand stronger access & right to delete their online information
Internet users across APAC rate cybersecurity, data protection, access, connectivity and privacy as the most important policy-related concerns.
Majority of organisations that think they’re GDPR compliant actually aren’t
A global study from Veritas has made some disconcerting findings, revealing only 2% of supposedly ‘GDPR-ready’ organisations are in fact compliant.
Kiwis, data privacy and IoT: Yeah, nah? Or only for the right reasons?
“People are happy to use their smartwatches to alert police to their location when they need help, but they don’t want police to freely access data."
In depth: Symantec talks data privacy, Europe's GDPR & its major impact on A/NZ
“Some firms have a very low appreciation that the GDPR will apply here, and it will cost them if they stuff it up,” says Symantec's Brian Fletcher.