Topic: Security

Why you should make security your New Year's resolution

Why you should make security your New Year's resolution
By Guest | 05 January 2018

Camilo Lascano Tribin from Advantage explains how to stay safe in 2018

Camilo Lascano Tribin from Advantage explains how to stay safe in 2018

Why should you go to Security of Things World USA 2018?

Why should you go to Security of Things World USA 2018?
By Rebecca Gibson | 16 February 2018

16-18 September; Hilton San Diego Resort & Spa, US

Attendees will learn how to rethink the technology strategy for scalable, secure and efficient IoT

Plan a roadmap to automation at Autonomous Machines World this year

Plan a roadmap to automation at Autonomous Machines World this year
By Rebecca Gibson | 16 February 2018

24-26 June; Pullman Berlin, Germany

Sessiions will focus on AI and machine-to-machine interactions, big and smart data and cybersecurity

Industry of Things World Asia to explore smart manufacturing and IIoT

Industry of Things World Asia to explore smart manufacturing and IIoT
By Rebecca Gibson | 14 February 2018

15-17 September; Marina Bay Sands Hotel, Singapore

Topics will include monetising the IoT, using smart data analytics and cybersecurity

Microsoft outlines vision for future of digital identities

Microsoft outlines vision for future of digital identities
By Lindsay James | 14 February 2018

Blockchain technologies will enhance privacy and security across the physical and digital world

Are you ready for GDPR? Six top tips for successful compliance

Are you ready for GDPR? Six top tips for successful compliance
By Lindsay James | 12 February 2018

The GDPR regulations will be enforced from 25 May this year. With any organisations in non-compliance facing heavy fines, preparation is of paramount importance. Here’s our roundup of top tips to ensure success

Experts offer advice about how to ensure compliance with the impending regulation 

Interop ITX to focus on cloud, analytics and security

Interop ITX to focus on cloud, analytics and security
By Rebecca Gibson | 30 January 2018

30 April – 4 May; Las Vegas, Nevada, US

Independent conference will focus on delivering full stack IT education for technology leaders

The top IT trends that will shape digital transformation in 2018

The top IT trends that will shape digital transformation in 2018
By Guest | 02 January 2018

Dan Hushon, senior vice president and chief technology officer at DXC Technology, has outlined the key trends that he believes will shape enterprise technology in 2018. The six technology trends will be critical guideposts to drive enterprise disruption, agility and productivity

DXC Technology’s Dan Hushon says AI, analytics and cyber resiliency will be key 

The top game-changing data trends for 2018

The top game-changing data trends for 2018
By Lindsay James | 28 December 2017

According to Infogix, the convergence of data management tech will be key in the year to come

Seven ways Microsoft made its mark in 2017

Seven ways Microsoft made its mark in 2017
By Lindsay James | 20 December 2017

The key technology advancements made by Microsoft over the past 12 months

Ransomware: strategies for effective protection

Ransomware: strategies for effective protection
By Guest | 13 December 2017

Ransomware is one of the fastest-growing threats in the cybersecurity landscape. Vitaly Plitchenko from Apriorit outlines the need for next-generation threat hunting solutions

Vitaly Plitchenko from Apriorit outlines the need for next-generation threat hunting solutions

What to expect at ARC's Sixteenth India Forum?

What to expect at ARC's Sixteenth India Forum?
By Rebecca Gibson | 12 December 2017

5-6 July 2018; Bangalore, India

Event will explore how process and discrete industries can digitise factories, cities and infrastructure

Gartner predicts security spending will reach US$96 billion in 2018

Gartner predicts security spending will reach US$96 billion in 2018
By Elizabeth Robinson | 11 December 2017

Cyberattacks and data breaches mean organisations are investing in safety

Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection now available

Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection now available
By Elizabeth Robinson | 07 December 2017

Solution will provide users with protection against unknown malware and viruses

49% customers concerned about data privacy, Accenture study finds

49% customers concerned about data privacy, Accenture study finds
By Elizabeth Robinson | 06 December 2017

Digital trust remains a critical barrier to enabling hyper-relevant experiences

What all global organisations need to know about GDPR

What all global organisations need to know about GDPR
By Lindsay James | 30 November 2017

Microsoft’s Jean-Philippe Courtois outlines the impact of the upcoming regulation 

How Nettitude's security operations centre can predict cyberattacks

How Nettitude's security operations centre can predict cyberattacks
By Guest | 27 November 2017

Security operations centres (SOCs) can be divided into two categories of operation. Reactive capability, where the SOC purely reacts, and proactive capability, where the SOC has a proactive approach to identifying threats. Nettitude’s SOC harnesses both reactive and proactive approaches, and also benefits from additional insight through machine learning. Rowland Johnson explains

Rowland Johnson explains the benefits of a reactive and proactive approach 

Cybersecurity via blockchain: the pros and cons

Cybersecurity via blockchain: the pros and cons
By Guest | 17 November 2017

When cyberattacks can shut down entire networks, it’s important to develop an effective solution to protect data against unauthorised access and tampering. Fortunately, blockchain technology offers an innovative approach to data security that has successfully withstood the fiercest cyberattacks for more than eight years. Anna Bryk, market research specialist at Apriorit, tells us more

Anna Bryk from Apriorit says blockchain is a potentially effective tool in the defence of confidential information 

Five reasons why organisations don’t detect a cyber breach

Five reasons why organisations don’t detect a cyber breach
By Guest | 16 November 2017

Rowland Johnson from Nettitude explains why cyberattacks often come as a shock

Bitdefender, Lookout and Ziften partner with Microsoft on security

Bitdefender, Lookout and Ziften partner with Microsoft on security
By Lindsay James | 09 November 2017

The collaboration will enable the expansion of Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection

Spending on security technology to exceed US$81 billion by year end

Spending on security technology to exceed US$81 billion by year end
By Lindsay James | 06 November 2017

According to a new IDC forecast, revenues will be nearly US$105 billion by 2020

National Audit Office says NHS could have prevented WannaCry cyberattack

National Audit Office says NHS could have prevented WannaCry cyberattack
By Lindsay James | 27 October 2017

NHS trusts failed to implement Microsoft software updates, despite warnings 

Accenture, Microsoft and Avanade expand alliance

Accenture, Microsoft and Avanade expand alliance
By Elizabeth Robinson | 02 October 2017

New offerings will help clients mitigate and contain cyberattacks

GCI offers Microsoft Enterprise Mobility + Security as managed service

GCI offers Microsoft Enterprise Mobility + Security as managed service
By Lindsay James | 28 September 2017

The service aims to simplify the management of data, devices and identity, ensuring data remains secure 

PowerON joins Microsoft EMS Elite Partner Team

PowerON joins Microsoft EMS Elite Partner Team
By Rebecca Gibson | 25 August 2017

UK-based IT automation specialist joins 70 other partners in the exclusive team

Governments using biometrics and analytics for data security

Governments using biometrics and analytics for data security
By Rebecca Gibson | 18 August 2017

Accenture says 71% of organisations are deploying advanced analytics and predictive modelling 

Global spending on data security to reach US$86.4 billion this year

Global spending on data security to reach US$86.4 billion this year
By Lindsay James | 16 August 2017

Gartner says the business impact of security incidents is one reason for the market growth

Accenture Security report identifies top cybersecurity threats for 2017

Accenture Security report identifies top cybersecurity threats for 2017
By Rebecca Gibson | 26 July 2017

Hackers using destructive ransomware, alternative crypto-currencies and reverse deception tactics

Security is made easy at Portuguese payment provider Unicre

Security is made easy at Portuguese payment provider Unicre
By Lindsay James | 14 July 2017

Unicre is benefitting from enhanced security thanks to Barracuda Networks’ Web Application Firewall

Unicre is benefitting from enhanced security thanks to Barracuda Networks’ Web Application Firewall

IP EXPO Europe to focus on cybersecurity

IP EXPO Europe to focus on cybersecurity
By Rebecca Gibson | 14 July 2017

4-5 October; ExCeL London, UK

Event will cover cloud, cybersecurity, networks and Infrastructure, AI, analytics and IoT

Enterprise mobility and security isn’t optional

Enterprise mobility and security isn’t optional
By Lindsay James | 13 July 2017

As BYOD takes hold, and more companies are collaborating with multiple shareholders, the need for effective enterprise mobility and security becomes essential. GCI’s Mike Constantine tells us more

GCI’s Mike Constantine says that many enterprises are putting themselves at huge risk

Why it is imperative to make collaboration secure

Why it is imperative to make collaboration secure
By Guest | 05 July 2017

Having the ability to share information is crucial to success in today’s business environment, something that is very effectively done via the cloud. While this brings huge benefits, businesses need to be aware of the security implications, warns Chris Hill from Barracuda

Chris Hill from Barracuda says having the ability to share information is crucial, but it needs to be secure