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How McAfee aims to curb enterprise data loss
McAfee DLP aims to help safeguard intellectual property and ensure compliance by protecting sensitive data.
Exclusive: Five steps to a data-centric security strategy
Digital Guardian EMEA VP and GM discusses the modern network and how IT teams can deal with data no longer being confined to four walls.
Employees, C-level & IT staff behind more than half of ASEAN data leaks
It is a disturbing sign to see that a relatively high percentage of leaks stem from top managers and system administrators."
The top five ways data is lost in the cloud - and how to prevent it
StorageCraft’s Marina Brook offers up tips on the most common ways data is lost in the cloud - and how to prevent cloud data loss.
Symantec launches DLP solution that tracks data beyond company walls
Symantec has unveiled new technology that automatically encrypts and tracks data as it moves outside of managed environments.
Data loss explained - Five reasons why your company could be next
Security firm ESET claims that for most companies, data is the most precious asset they have - when it’s lost, the cost can be catastrophic.
Data leaks: How you can most effectively protect your client’s data
Exclusive Networks’ Jonathan Odria explains why a robust Data Loss Prevention (DLP) solution could have stopped the ‘Panama Papers’ from leaking.
The 5 most common reasons for corporate data loss
There is no doubt that one of the main assets of a company is the data it stores. It should be adequately protected & available when needed.
Ransomware: Easy to get hit, difficult to stop and costly to recover
Fortinet’s Gary Gardiner explains what ransomware is, how it works and ten tips to keep your data and applications from being held for ransom.
Cyber attacks and data loss top of mind in Aus and NZ
"The traditional fears of hardware failure and accidental deletion are no longer the sole reasons people fear data loss."
What is Disaster Recovery and why should your business have it?
20 years ago, disaster was usually delivered by Mother Nature as survival of the business depended on bricks and mortar. Today, that's all changed.
Massive shift among APAC enterprises to cloud-based DLP solutions
The DLP applications market in APAC was valued at over $170 million in 2014, and it is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 25% until the end of 2020.
Don't let cyber criminals take you down this holiday season
“These days, cyber criminals will be on the lookout for every opportunity to steal data or gain access to company systems."
How much do you value your digital life?
Data loss has taken on a whole new meaning as people entirely store prized possessions such as photos, music and personal documents in digital formats
Kiwi firms well-prepared for DR plans but struggle with data loss
New Zealand organisations appear to be on top of their disaster recovery plans, but recovering data in the event of an incident is another story according to a new survey released by EMC.
Top 5 IT data loss mistakes
Check out the five of the most common IT administrator mistakes that can lead to data loss.