Here are three steps to protect your data, organization and ensure you are recovery ready.
By Rangaraaj Rajagopalan It’s a new year. Like many of you, on New Year’s Eve, I gathered with friends and family in the countdown to midnight and joined people in singing, “Should Auld acquaintance be forgot, and never brought to mind.” Well, if you want to forget about your old acquaintances, that’s your choice. But […]
Data is a tremendously valuable resource, & not just because it has value to you. It has great value to others as well! This fact has not gone unnoticed.
In an effort to keep data feeling special, here is a Valentine’s Day Top 10 playlist. Feel free to blast it in your data centers today.
It’s Data Privacy Day.The theme of today is “Respecting Privacy, Safeguarding Data and Enabling Trust.” Why is this important? Think about it.
Your data is out there, everywhere really, when you think about it. Before the topics of “Privacy by Design” and overall “data privacy”.
With cybercrime and global regulatory environments evolving organizations of today can ill afford to rest on their laurels.
Did you miss the Nov. 1″go-live” date for new rules for data breach handling for companies operating in Canada?
By Nigel Tozer Personal data has been in the news all too frequently over the last year. We’ve seen a truly staggering data breach at a credit file company, plus breaches at airlines and even those that should know better – at a vendor that’s actually in the data protection business. This year has also […]
Commvault will be participating in the HIMSS conference again this year, and we’re excited to talk to conference attendees.
Often, endpoints are not fully backed up or secured, which leaves the data on those machines vulnerable to loss.
It’s been just over a year since the devastating and, regrettably, mostly preventable WannaCry ransomware attack swept the globe.
Understanding your unstructured data from a GDPR perspective – what you have, where it is, its content and what its lifecycle should look like.
In this blog, Nigel takes a look at what you can do if data breaches do happen, and how to help to reduce the risk in the first place.
Last year was marked as the year of ransomware and data breaches, with both topics making the headlines in mainstream media. Also making news was GDPR.
By Chris Powell Halloween is upon us once again. It’s the time of year when we see scary stuff, things like ghosts, goblins, scary clowns, children on sugar highs running through the streets – and data breaches. This year we have seen more data breaches occur at major companies than ever before. High profile companies […]
Last week another massive corporate data breach was announced. One of the largest ever. This time it was Equifax.
Recently there was a breach at OneLogin – the 2nd in 12 months. If you rely on it’s password services you would be wise to change those passwords and keys.