Tag Archives: data security

Kaspersky experts’ guide to staying safe from doxing

Kaspersky research shows that looking after private data has finally become a mainstream concern, with 50% of consumers claiming they would no longer use an online service provider following a data breach, and 57% expressing worry about their security and privacy being affected by ‘smart’ and internet connected devices. This concern is …

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April 2021 Data Security: You’ve got mail

Paul Holland, founder and Chief Executive of Beyond Encryption, talks to PCR about data security issues and how remote working has exacerbated the need to ensure individuals and companies are protected from cybercriminals and how to avoid regulatory intervention through data breaches Beyond Encryption provides email and communication security systems …

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PCR APRIL DATA & WEB SERVICES ISSUE OUT NOW!

Hot off the press the PCR April issue brings you our special focus on data and web services. Life seems to be full of data at the moment and not just the reoccurring broadcast of national Coronavirus statics. But the data picture is far bigger than we may realise, and …

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‘Digital First’ Census raises concerns around storage of personal data & cyber attacks

Research commissioned by Exabeam has revealed that a significant proportion of people in the UK are concerned about how the Government will use and store the data it collects from the 2021 Census. The new study, conducted by YouGov among 1,766 adults in the UK, shows that 48% feel they …

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Ride the remote revolution to future-proof your business says Lenovo

One year after the global remote work revolution, the shift to work from home (WFH) and work from anywhere (WFA) is already resulting in profound effects on businesses’ digital transformation as well as data security concerns. According to Lenovo’s new Future of Work and Digital Transformation study, a vast majority …

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Don’t get caught up in the game

Over the last 17 months cyber-criminals are reported to have carried out in the region of 12 billion credential-stuffing attacks against gaming websites. Here PCR talks to gaming security experts, David Emm at Kaspersky and Lars Rensing, at Protokol about why gamers need to have their wits about them. David …

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PCR April issue Data & Authentication & Web services: How to get involved

The April 21 issue of PCR, which hits desks at the beginning of April, will focus on Data & Web services & authentication. We will be covering: Data security Privacy compliance Authentication Here’s how to get involved:  We are looking for opinions, Q&A’s and analysis around the sector as well …

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Kaspersky experts’ visions of 2021’s privacy field changes

Privacy experts from Kaspersky give their visions of the changes that lie ahead in the privacy field of 2021. 2020 demonstrated how overwhelmingly important a connected infrastructure and digital services have become for the daily functioning of society. This realisation has led to a shift in attitudes to privacy and …

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HackerOne expands integrations ecosystem to connect and defend customers

HackerOne has made it easier to integrate its own data with existing security and development workflows. “Notification and communication of a vulnerability is one of the most important aspects of security teams’ workflows,” said Steve Gross, Senior Director of Strategic Business Development at PagerDuty. “The sooner the right team members …

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Combating the threat of accidental insider data leakage

andrea babbs vipre safesend

While most corporates have invested in protecting against the outside threat of cybercrime, Andrea Babbs, UK General Manager at VIPRE SafeSend, looks at why they should also be addressing the risk of breaches from insider threats. Cybercrime has rapidly become the world’s fastest growing form of criminal activity, and is …

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