Understanding and complying with data protection and privacy regulations is hard enough. With all of the jargon and acronyms thrown around, it can sometimes feel like lawyers and regulators don't want you to understand. Fear not, we've put together a comprehensive data...
In this post, we’ll break down Brazil’s General Data Protection Law—who needs to comply, what is protected, and how to meet its requirements.
In this article, we'll answer some of the most common questions about the CSL, and make compliance goals as clear as possible.
We’re proud to announce that Software Reviews, a division of research and advisory firm Info-Tech Research Group Inc., has named MOVEit® managed file transfer software as a Data Quadrant Gold Medalist in their new Managed File Transfer Category Report.
With the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) now in effect, GDPR preparedness should be top of mind for businesses everywhere, not just those based in the European Union (EU). This GDPR overview will take you through the basics, including the seven principles...
Just 28% of gov.uk domains have implemented new email security standards from the Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance (Dmarc) protocol, according to a study from data security company Egress.
Ah, the cloud. It's changing the face of IT forever, and while it's at it, it's providing us with a never-ending stream of acronyms.
Your IT team strives to deliver non-stop, high-performance services in support of your organization. It can be surprising how big of a role file transfer services can play in that effort.
The following is an excerpt from our Network Monitoring blog at whatsupgold.com/blog.
For most IT organizations, network monitoring is an essential tool. Network monitoring tools play an important role in letting IT pros get complete visibility into the status of network...
In this episode of Defrag This, we’re taking a look back at one of the most monumental events in hacker history—the 2007 hack of TJX companies, which was, at the time, the biggest breach of consumer data in the history of the United States.