The GDPR is a year away, so Ipswitch took the time to get a pulse on if IT teams are ready. The short answer is, "No."
WannaCrypt 2.0 aka WannaCry infected business networks around the globe and while the ransomware infections seem to have slowed, there is still a lesson to be learned here.
There is a growing trend in the data transfer arena. What is extreme file transfer and why is there an increasing need for it?
What is a Data Protection Officer (DPO) and why are they important for complying with the GDPR?
Ransomware is infecting businesses across the globe, from healthcare to telecommunications. And the malware is spreading via a known exploit that was leaked and patched months ago.
There are some serious difficulties ahead for businesses in the wake of the repeal of the US Internet Privacy Bill. How can US businesses comply with the GDPR?
Email is not safe, yet so many businesses from healthcare to financial institutions use email as a method of moving sensitive data. Here is another example of what can go wrong.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office for Civil Rights (OCR) recently sued a small healthcare practice. Turns out they didn't have a BAA in place.
How can property and casualty insurers (P&C) get from First Notice of Loss (FNOL) to claim resolution quickly and efficiently while keeping data secure?
Fintech is a valuable target for hackers seeking financial reward and we can’t stop all breaches without changing our attitude towards security.