If you are responsible for disaster recovery & business continuity there are few things you dread more than a successful ransomware attack.
In part 2 of this blog, Patrick McGrath continues the discussion of the connection between ransomware breaches and data privacy.
In one year, the GDPR will become law in the European Union (EU). This regulation is the strictest personal data privacy regulation in the world.
This Thursday marks the one-year countdown until the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect, and the interest in the upcoming legislation is intensifying.
News sources have been extremely active over the last week with emerging details of the ‘WannaCry’ global ransomware attacks, using vulnerabilities taken from the National Security Agency of the United States.
The fine-tuning and adjusting of a cloud strategy – and an enterprise data management strategy – is an ongoing exercise.
Your antivirus, anti-phishing and intrusion detection vendors all have their heads in the sand when it comes to data protection. And you need to protect yourself from their short sightedness!
The human heart beats more than 100,000 times daily and close to 40 million times per year — chalking up three billion heartbeats in a person’s lifetime. Much like the human heart, data is what keeps the digital and customer-led economy pumping.
I’m not talking about Afghanistan, Iraq or Syria. I’m talking about the ‘WannaCry/WannaCrypt0r’ malware attack that attacked more than 150 countries and multiple utilities, government and healthcare institutions this past weekend.
Are you at the precipice of defeat when it comes to the thought of ransomware? Does the chaos that will likely ensue after a ransomware attack keep you away from your core business focus?
We’ve all heard the warnings from industry gurus about the potential threat of ransomware, but for multiple reasons most of the warnings went unheeded.
Today’s modern working world is far different from the one we grew up. Inside companies, workers from all teams and geographies work together.
Cloud seems to be on everyone’s mind lately, but the focus seems to be on how to force cloud into your current environment instead of developing a Cloud-First strategy.