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Cybersecurity

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Is Your Data Protection Risky or Right-on?

By | Cybersecurity, Data Breach, Data Loss Prevention, Disaster Recovery, Personal Data Management, Security | No Comments

A Three-step Assessment Guide

Data is your company’s most valuable asset. Without it, you don’t have a company at all. Even so, many enterprises do not dedicate the resources needed to ensure their data protection strategy and solutions are covering them effectively. More often than not, I see considerable lag time between when enterprises invest in new technology and when they invest in an appropriate solution to protect it. This gap is a perilous window during which data is ripe for theft, corruption and/or loss. Read More

Cloud-native applications

Cloud Native or Bust

By | Applications, Cloud Computing, Cloud-Native, Cybersecurity, Design & Architecture, Infrastructure | No Comments

Application Must-haves for Hitting the Cloud Services Mother Load

There is a veritable cloud gold rush occurring today. CIOs are declaring “cloud-first strategies” while companies are pasting “cloud” onto any and every product they have. Their hope is to hit pay dirt amid uncharted and widespread IT transformation. As with most euphoric and rapid endeavors, reality is setting in for those who have made the journey to the cloud. Big payouts require work. For the cloud, a lot of that work happens at the application level. Read More

Data Password and Phishing Hook

Gone Phishing

By | Cybersecurity, Data Breach, Data Center, Data Loss Prevention, Phishing, Security, SPAM Filters, User Behavior Analytics | No Comments

One of the Many Ways Cyber Criminals are After Your Data

Phishing sounds innocent enough, right? Echoing a relaxed pastime, phishing even has a name designed to put your guard down. Ironically, that is exactly how cyber phishing works—it’s a ploy that tricks users into relaxing their guard so criminals can access to valuable personal and business data. So how serious is the risk? It’s serious and very costly. Read More

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