The EU is getting very serious about cybersecurity and data protection, with new regulations expected to go into effect this fall that would the require the appointment of data protection officers at many organizations doing business in Europe.
Companies are struggling to deal with the flood of personal devices coming into workplace. Here are six success factors from cloud and mobile security provider Bitglass that IT managers should keep in mind when crafting a BYOD program.
The top news stories for June 6, 2014.
David Zimmerman writes that organizations today utilize several different devices to produce and manage data, so they need multiple layers of data protection.
A powerful EU commissioner is threatening to suspend the EU/US safe harbor agreement--which protects U.S. companies from EU regulatory action if they meet certain data protection criteria--unless significant changes are made to address privacy concerns raised by reports of widespread surveillance by the National Security Agency.
Safeguarding data is a challenge in any data center, but in medium-sized data centers there are often a host of special considerations. They generally have dedicated, largely virtualized servers running mission-critical applications, and at the same time, they get slim resources, making data protection a major struggle, writes George Crump, lead analyst at Storage Switzerland.
Under a proposed update to the European Union's data protection law, companies could be fined as much as 2 percent of their annual sales for losing personal data or processing sensitive information
BP--infamous for last year's Deepwater Horizon accident in the Gulf of Mexico--is still having trouble containing its resources. First it caused the largest oil spill in U.S. history, and now it lost
The regulatory and compliance landscape is always in flux, creating challenges in IT governance and risk management. The coming year presents the potential for stricter laws and regulations regarding
Most organizations leave themselves open to data breaches because even if they engage in systematic data wiping of computers, they aren't deleting data securely, according to a survey by Kroll