‘Secure and compliant’ must also be effective, easy to work
Companies need an information management system that provides a safe framework and a workforce that uses the system correctly.
Symantec is leader in unstructured data security, says Forrester
The recognition underscores the company’s commitment to its channel partners and customers, says Fred Mitchell, division manager: software solutions at local Symantec distributor DCC.
Value the invaluable: cultivating a culture of security
Data security remains a top of mind issue for all at Axiz, which is why it has partnered with Rubrik.
Information management: It’s time to raise the security bar
The need to competently and agilely manage, analyse and safeguard vast caches of valuable corporate data has become a vital necessity.
The changing face of data security
IT departments are expected to secure data in a way that enables it to still be shared on demand. Hosting it with a specialist data centre provider makes this approach simpler.
Data security and the pandemic
Data has to be protected both at rest and in transit, says ETS Group.
Lax controls a personal information disaster waiting to happen
A naïve public assumes the service providers and organisations they engage with are taking the necessary precautions to protect their personal information.
POPIA compliance: Seven device, data security best practices to know
Companies must begin this transition sooner rather than later, and should expect POPIA compliance to meaningfully transform their business practices.
Platforms, the backbone of insurance technology
Dane Richards, CTO of JMR Software, discusses common pain points experienced by insurance companies during software migrations.
Thumbzup now processes card transactions in Azure Cloud
Thumbzup's Mobility Transaction Platform is now processing card-present transactions in Microsoft’s Azure Cloud.
How to feed the board a diet of low-risk cyber security
Tallen Harmsen, head of Cyber Security at IndigoCube, highlights the four hurdles to sharing the organisation’s security posture with the board.