The subject of today’s Data Transfer Show is the countdown to the General Data Protection Regulation, otherwise known as the GDPR, which comes into effect May 25, 2018.
Some hospitals use two, three, or more methods to transfer information—including snapping a photo on a cellphone for a consult. Which is scary, when you think about it. So how can IT professionals ensure information security in healthcare settings?
The cloud provides unique data sharing opportunities through a myriad of apps, but with more freedom comes greater security risks. Check out some of the top concerns here.
Just how protected are your passwords and credit card numbers when you enter them into websites? That's where PKI (public key infrastructure) comes in.
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?