Posts Tagged ‘data security’

67% of healthcare organisations have suffered cyber security incidents

Security Incidents

New research by data security provider Clearswift, a HelpSystems Company, revealed that 67% of healthcare organisations have experienced a cyber security incident in the past year, highlighting the serious threat that data breaches and malicious attacks pose to the UK’s health-related data. The research, which surveyed senior business decision makers within healthcare organisations across the UK,…

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Non-profit organisation accelerates data classification to comply with GDPR and saves £80,000 annually

Netwrix

Netwrix has announced that Horizon Leisure Centres has deployed Netwrix Auditor to ensure GDPR compliance and satisfy data subject requests in mere minutes. Horizon Leisure Centres is a not-for-profit organisation that operates premier leisure centres in the Havant and Waterlooville areas. With limited financial and human resources, Horizon needed a cost-effective solution to secure personal…

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Amazon suffers data leak on the brink of Black Friday

Amazon

Just a few days before Black Friday, the biggest shopping season of the year, Amazon has been hit by an unexplained customer data leak. Customers were contacted by Amazon to warn them that their names and email addresses had been ‘inadvertently disclosed.’ It is still unclear as to how many customers were affected by this…

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Syniverse Secure Global Access provides businesses with security as a private network isolated from public internet

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Syniverse today announced the launch of Syniverse Secure Global Access, a private, secure, global network that provides the foundation for businesses to reliably safeguard mission-critical data in the age of digital transformation. At the time of launch, more than five multinational businesses are already using Syniverse Secure Global Access to securely connect to the evolving…

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SafeToGo Solo intended for SMEs wanting to transport data securely

SafeTogo Solo

Cardwave, a leading expert in flash memory technology solutions, has expanded its SafeToGo USB security range with a new GDPR compliant AES-256 bit XTS hardware encrypted USB 3.0. Providing a highly competitive hardware encrypted USB solution for individuals and SMEs wanting to transport data securely, the new SafeToGo Solo hardware encrypted USB includes many of…

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D2 Legal Technology: GDPR – Risk, Restriction or Business Enabler?

D2 Legal Technology: GDPR – Risk, Restriction or Business Enabler?

The prohibitive fines associated with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) are creating a stir, according to D2 Legal Technology. However, despite the high level of potential liability stemming from it, this is an immensely pragmatic regulation that is focused on both safeguarding the rights of the individual to control their personal data, and enabling organisations to utilise that data in a secure and lawful way.

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