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Westcon-Comstor first local distie for Bitglass
Bitglass is continuing its expansion into APAC with it’s first distribution partnership in New Zealand.
GDPR, changing what it means to be a good data custodian
One of the key elements of the GDPR is that it empowers citizens to have a voice in how their data is used.
How the cloud is leaving two thirds of organisations vulnerable in A/NZ
The report found that the adoption of cloud security technologies lagged behind cloud adoption, leaving many businesses at risk of a data breach.
Data from app that enables parents to monitor teen’s phone activity leaked
How ironic! Tens of thousands of user accounts of an app used by parents to monitor their children’s phone activity has been leaked.
Securing cloud platforms in the financial services sector
Organisations in the financial services sector are faced with a unique set of challenges when it comes to IT security.
Key takeaways from Privacy Awareness Week: Experts comment
Cybersecurity experts from Sophos, Trend Micro, CyberArk, Mimecast, Bitglass & others share their thoughts on privacy and what it means for security.
Bitglass appoints first A/NZ distie, launches new partner programme
“Our strategy is to choose the best-fit partners in the region to keep margins and addressable market opportunity high across the board.”
NHS staff breaking data security policies every day with WhatsApp
The 'unsustainable' issue of NHS staff using consumer instant messaging services is actually much bigger than has been previously reported.
FEATURE: Tech’s female powerhouses tackle women shortage issue
International Women's Day is here and what better time to tackle the elephant in the room that is the huge gender disparity in the technology sector.
Bitglass fuels A/NZ momentum with two executive appointments
Bitglass has appointed an A/NZ head of systems engineering, as well as an APJ director of channels and alliances who will be focusing first on A/NZ.
Achieving better security for BYOD workplaces
In the early days of BYOD, many organisations looked to mobile device management (MDM) for security.
New malicious search engine trawls AWS servers for sensitive data
As if it wasn’t easy enough already, the lives for hackers has just been made a lot easier with a tool that lays bare AWS S3 servers.
25% of firms fail to implement multi-factor authentication for BYOD
25% of respondents at the Gartner Symposium lacked some form of multi-factor authentication when securing BYOD.
Bitglass appoints its first APAC VP of sales
Shephard will be responsible for building on the early success of Bitglass in APJ, with a focus on new channel partner recruitment.
Corporate SaaS apps teeming with malware - OneDrive scores highest infection rate
The research showed that 44% of scanned organisations had some form of malware in at least one of their cloud applications.
Personal details of 12,000 social media ‘stars’ leaked in avoidable breach
Octoly was informed of the exposed cloud repository on January 4th, yet the personally identifiable information was not secured until February 1st.
Cybersecurity experts offer critical advice on eve of Data Protection Day
The day is about raising awareness and promoting privacy and data protection - we have 5 experts providing insights, with GDPR a strong factor.
CASB Bitglass announces zero-day cloud app indexing with machine learning
Zero-day Shadow IT Discovery works by crawling the web, and several other curated datasets to identify, categorise and classify new cloud apps.
Businesses MUST prepare: World's cybersecurity big guns forecast 2018
What will 2018 bring? We’ve brought together a line-up of cybersecurity heavyweights to provide their opinions on various topics for the year ahead.
1 in 4 organisations relying solely on passwords to secure BYOD
Bitglass has released the findings from its newest research, ‘BYOD and Identity’, which are alarming to say the least.
Industry experts weigh in on getting ready for GDPR
A recent worrying survey found that only 3 in every 10 UK businesses have started preparing for the GDPR - seven experts have provided their insights.