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Diligent launches AU data centre for clients wanting data onshore
The governance technology specialist says it will be equipped to better serve its government and clients with the new Canberra data centre.
GDPR, changing what it means to be a good data custodian
One of the key elements of the GDPR is that it empowers citizens to have a voice in how their data is used.
Exclusive interview: Tableau on data analytics, AI and GDPR
We sat down with Tableau chief product officer Francois Ajenstat to talk about how the company enables organisations to be more 'analytics capable'.
Optics firm hit with biggest data breach fine in French history
The CNIL has fined a French optics firm €250,000 - the biggest fine ever dealt to a French company.
Companies caught between crooks and compliance - Centrify
“The challenge that faces companies is they have to defend against cyberattacks while also having to comply with multiple regulations."
Why a data consolidation strategy is the best approach to GDPR compliance
For most organisations, the only way to effectively comply with GDPR is to adopt a strategy of data consolidation.
Interview: Rubrik EMEA director sheds light on data storage's future
We spoke with Rubrik Western EMEA director Martin Brown about the data centre industry, cybercrime, and some of the trends the company is pursuing.
GDPR: the new Notifiable Data Breach on the block
Sophos give some GDPR guidelines for Australian organisations.
Adobe receives patent for Data Export Controls in Audience Manager
"We didn’t want to allow even one hole in how the system was built since that would jeopardise our clients, it was a very iterative process.”
It’s G-Day: GDPR now operational so what do the experts think?
GDPR is now officially live and the hype is reaching manic levels with the term beating 'Beyoncé' on Google this week - here's what the experts think.
Equinix: Is GDPR overhyped?
Clearly, the GDPR is not suffering from underexposure, but is it overhyped?
GDPR - what MSPs need to know now
MSPs across the globe give managed service providers their advice on how to be sure that you’re providing GDPR compliance correctly.
Calm before the GDPR storm: An exclusive interview with Commvault
"GDPR is not just about your production data. It's so much more complex than that."
GDPR: Australia is at the tip of the security iceberg. It’s time to sink or swim
What does GDPR mean for Australian organisations?
Fines for UK data privacy issues surged 29% in 2017 - what will GDPR bring?
Fines increased almost £1m last year and now with the biggest change to data privacy for more than 20 years, PwC says they will leap again.
New global partner programme from security and compliance provider
Cavirin Systems has set its sights on expansion with its new global channel partner programme.
Achieving agility: data portability in the digital economy
Why Data portability is important for the enterprise space, and how you can go about achieving it.
Exclusive: Five steps to a data-centric security strategy
Digital Guardian EMEA VP and GM discusses the modern network and how IT teams can deal with data no longer being confined to four walls.
The basics of data encryption: What you need to know
To ensure top notch security it’s necessary to understand the following best practices when deploying and utilising encryption.
GDPR a "phenomenally powerful" opportunity if done right
There’s no doubt you’ve been drowning in GDPR recently but we were able to break away from the hype and speak with THE expert on the matter.
GDPR may help colocation companies sort through data sovereignty regulations
Data sovereignty is becoming increasingly important to colocation providers and so Schneider Electric's Mark Bidinger discusses GDPR's implications.
Privacy Week interview: Aura Information Security's Peter Bailey
I spoke to Aura’s general manager Peter Bailey to get his take on Privacy Week, data security, and why privacy is everyone's responsibility.
Why every business needs more control over its data
There are three main drivers for organisations to think carefully about how they manage the security of the information they store, transmit and use.
Accenture: The importance of trust in data
As businesses continue to use more and more data, how can they improve the accuracy and legitimacy of their data?