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Cybersecurity Must Be a Priority of Every Employee

Keeping all employees, especially corporate leadership, engaged and active can greatly improve the cyber resilience of an organization. Making sure that they have all the knowledge they need to make informed decisions when it comes to cybersecurity will pay dividends in the end.

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GDPR Compliance Isn’t an Option–It’s a Requirement

As the deadline for General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliance in Europe approaches, many customers are unsure where to begin. With roughly 160 requirements and a mandated 72-hour notification for personal data breaches, it’s clear that most organizations can’t do this alone,

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Our Top Technology Trends for 2018

Shifts in IT spending towards the Cloud had changed the landscape for buyers, vendors and technology solution providers alike. We've identified eight important technology trends (Cybersecurity, Cloud, SD-WAN, Blockchain, Big Data, IoT, Artificial Intelligence and Digital Transformation) that you should be aware of in 2018.

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7 CyberSecurity Traps to Avoid

The truth is that in cybersecurity, most businesses are their own worst enemies. While the world has begun looking at cyber attacks and other types of cybercrime more seriously, it would appear that measures to prevent them aren’t being taken seriously enough. For businesses to actually be as secure as they are confident, they’ll need to refrain from falling into these seven traps:

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Will You Lose Control in the Cloud?

Because you retain ultimate accountability for results, asserting that accountability is key to maintaining control over the many variables that affect performance. So how can you maintain control when so many variables are delivered by the provider?

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Your 6 Step Cybersecurity Plan

Every business today needs a comprehensive strategy that provides a defense against cyber-attacks. It's not just a good practice, but a critical one.  At a minimum, your corporate IT security process should include the following 6 steps:

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