Beware the bevy of black swans
At a time of unprecedented black swan events, a good data protection strategy remains absolutely priceless for all companies.
The importance of data resilience in an unsafe world
Having a reliable and rock-solid plan in place can mean the difference between having a successful business − or having no business.
Welcome to the 3-2-1-1 world of immutability
With ransomware alarmingly on the rise, immutability is a crucial element of a protection strategy, allowing unaltered data to be accessed within minutes of a breach.
Take storage security back to sound basics
CIOs are familiar with the 3-2-1 rule when it comes to data protection, but it is now somewhat outdated due to the addition of immutable storage.
Ransomware prevention tips for SMEs: The threat from within
The insider threat is a growing reality for all companies, but SMEs often lack the resources needed to better understand how to mitigate and respond to these.
Small and vulnerable: SMEs on ransomware collision course
SMEs are most at risk of being cyber crime targets, as cyber criminals constantly up their efforts and the level of sophistication of their attacks.
Traditional storage is no longer an option
Many organisations are seeing the benefits of adopting scale-out immutable storage solutions that eliminate many issues afflicting traditional data storage methods.
How to protect data against disaster in the cloud
The customer, and not the service provider, is primarily responsible for protecting their data in the cloud, and CIOs should not assume cloud providers are secure.
Keeping critical infrastructure safe has never been more important
Ransomware continues to be a growing threat and risks becoming yet another "cost of doing business" that companies build into their strategies.
Leading from the top to thwart cyber attacks
Unpacking the steps necessary for C-Suite execs to take if they are to steer their organisations away from potentially crippling cyber attacks.
The role of the C-Suite in security and risk management
Chief information officers and chief information security officers are deemed security and risk leaders in 2021 corporations, but they face critical challenges.