Companies are looking to advanced technologies to protect their critical data.
Security breaches usually happen under the radar, and may go undetected indefinitely.
Human error can be the undoing of the best data security measures, so the most effective place to secure data is at its most basic level.
Any strategy to become POPI-compliant must begin and end with how you manage and use data as part of your business operations, says Godfrey Kutumela, head of Security & Cyber Crimes Prevention Unit at IndigoCube.
Load shedding is driving SMEs to look for solutions to ensure their data is safe and always accessible, says Paballo Mamba, channel manager at MWEB Business.
Palladium connects dynamically to the latest MS SQL Server 2014 database and is stable, with full data roll back capabilities, says Stephen Corrigan, MD of Palladium Software.
Businesses must be mindful of the need to avoid inadvertent disclosure of their sensitive information or IP, says Simon Campbell-Young, CEO of Phoenix Distribution
Security in the IT realm is about more than simply securing the data or the database, says Bjorn Bergmann, developer at iFactory Consulting.
While access to information may empower employees and increase productivity, companies are increasingly challenged to protect confidential data, says Richard Broeke, security consultant at Securicom.
Smaller businesses haven`t been a major focus for technology vendors and their resellers, says Levina de Matos, Samsung product manager at Tarsus Technologies.
Gallium MD Haydn Pinnell is a strong proponent of integrating security testing into the application development process.
Every organisation needs to protect its intellectual property and confidential information, says John McLoughlin, J2 Software MD.