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Analysis reveals two key reasons behind 65% of GDPR fines

New analysis from Exonar has revealed that organisations across Europe have suffered GDPR fines to the tune of £313m by failing to have appropriate security in place and storing unsecured data. So far 50 penalties totalling £482m* have been issued under GDPR, with the vast majority (almost 65%) down to these …

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Meeting the Tests to get out of Data Lockdown

Digital transformation of any business has always been hampered by making sense of underlying data. And that data has been growing in volume at an unprecedented rate driven by the growth of IoT. It’s the perfect storm – the need for real-time information being increasingly distanced by the rate at …

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Escaping from data lockdown with a digital evolution

With data amassing at an exponential rate, digital transformation continues to be throttled as businesses struggle to achieve the insight they need from the data. To achieve value from data, businesses need to be able to access what they need, when they need, by the right people, in a usable …

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Study reveals 40% of all corporate email breaches occurred on websites used for personal purposes

Researchers from NordVPN Teams analysed global breach activity and looked at over 1.7 million email breaches that affected the world’s largest enterprises across different sectors. The research revealed that people tend to use their corporate emails for registrations regardless of whether the registration is for corporate or personal purposes. It also …

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The risk of RDP Brute-Force attacks in UK

The number of people working from home has risen astronomically this year due to Covid-19. Consequently, numerous companies have been reliant on remote desktop connections to enable their employees to access their work computer from home. One of the most popular applications for accessing Windows workstations and servers is Microsoft’s …

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Nine in ten large firms relying on bad supplier data, according to new HICX survey

According to a new HICX survey, almost 9 out 10 large businesses are relying on bad supplier data,  putting them at major risk of fraud. The data was complied from findings from some of the largest US and European businesses at the height of the Covid-19 crisis, with 89% admitting …

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Business continuity demands data management

By Alan Bentley, President, Global Strategy, Blancco In times of uncertainty, enterprises inevitably find themselves with more questions than answers. The COVID-19 pandemic is no exception and unprecedented circumstances have seen a seismic shift in business operations and working culture. Facilitating methods of remote work is now a necessity, but …

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How to monetise IoT data

With the rise of IoT, businesses are capturing more data than ever before – but are they missing a trick when it comes to gaining additional value from that data? Great swathes of IoT data alone are not enough – from data context or business model, there is more to …

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