Posts tagged for “Data protection”

Are students the biggest data security risk for universities?
European Voices

In 2003 Mark Zuckerberg got into his university’s private data network. Doing so was effectively against the rules. As was using the images and information he found to create a website that, in time, would become one of the world’s largest companies.

Posted by: on January 18th, 2017


Three Key Steps to Sensitive Data Protection
Security

Discover three key activities that need to be accomplished for an effective sensitive data protection strategy.

Posted by: on September 4th, 2014


Sensitive Data Protection: 3 Reasons for the Vanishing Perimeter
Security

Protecting sensitive data has become a complex proposition for a majority of organizations. The network perimeter of the past has vanished and data can no longer be contained, let alone protected.

Posted by: on June 25th, 2014


A Stealthy Defense in Depth
Security

Security breaches are part of daily life. The breach is just the start. A successful security strategy protects the perimeter and also limits access if a hacker gets beyond the walls.

Posted by: on June 14th, 2012


It’s All About Strong Authentication
Disruptive IT Trends

It is time for organizations to re-evaluate the overall approach to user authentication, and take a fresh look at their enterprise identity assurance strategy.

Posted by: on May 30th, 2012


Year in the Rear View Mirror: Part I
Security

While most blogosphere focused on the “what” of 2011 security challenges, we added more to the “how” enterprises are going to address these security challenges.

Posted by: on November 29th, 2011


Year in the Rear View Mirror: Part I
Disruptive IT Trends

While most blogosphere focused on the “what” of 2011 security challenges, we added more to the “how” enterprises are going to address these security challenges.

Posted by: on November 29th, 2011


Asia Pacific Customers Won’t Accept Data Breaches as a Cost of Doing Business
Security

The best business is repeat business – keeping the same customers for a long period of time. It can be quickly eroded if consumers feel that they have been put at risk.

Posted by: on November 16th, 2011


Why Understanding Demographics Will Help Create a United Digital Britain
Security

Are we doing enough to create the right for people to easily express their objections to online crime?

Posted by: on November 14th, 2011


Unisys Security Index’s Global Inquiry Focuses on Consumer Reaction to Data Breaches
Security

Steve Vinsik, VP Global Security Solutions, shares his view on Unisys Security Index findings on consumers' reaction to data security breaches.

Posted by: on November 2nd, 2011


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