Tallen Harmsen
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Business users key to saving enterprises from cyber threats

A symbiosis of IT specialists and businesspeople is needed to maximise system, application and data security that minimises exposure to hackers.

4:30
Apr 30, 2019

Frictionless security is tough but you can ease the pain

Security has to get smarter if people are going to actually use it and that's what frictionless security is all about.

4:20
Mar 12, 2019

Balancing security with seamless access

Frictionless security can unlock ironclad customer onboarding for companies.

4:10
Dec 5, 2018

Fraudsters don't want us to get smarter systems

The unprecedented amount of data at our fingertips today enables the smart application of integrated, collaborative, intelligent fraud hunting systems.

4:10
Nov 2, 2018

Hive-mind of apps secures cyber resiliency

Synergies will be the most important advance in corporate cyber security in our near future.

7:30
Oct 26, 2018

Lighting up the shadows

Is Shadow IT finally at the stage where organisations should be embracing it rather than locking it away in a dark cupboard?

4:20
Oct 3, 2018

Three ways tech can help fight corruption

Transparency is the cure to the disease that is corruption, says Tallen Harmsen, head of cyber security at IndigoCube.

9:50
Sep 11, 2018

Cyber security: be afraid. Be very afraid.

No organisation is safe from a cyber breach, be it a small to medium-sized business, or a large enterprise. All are vulnerable.

4:00
Aug 22, 2018

Shift to 'permit and control' shadow IT

IT departments are under increasing pressure to acknowledge shadow IT and go beyond merely sanctioning its use to actively supporting it.

3:00
Jul 12, 2018

Securely exposing data in agile organisations

Securing unstructured data in companies as they increasingly strive to be agile is of paramount importance.

4:20
Jun 21, 2018

Tech tools take on corruption fight

New technology can help overcome the constant human propensity for corruption.

3:40
May 30, 2018

The 'separate forensics' ship has sailed

Why aren't businesspeople and IT people working together to help their company navigate the rough seas?

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