Posted on 29 October 2014 by
This post originally appeared on SafeNet’s The Art of Data Protection blog prior to SafeNet being acquired by Gemalto. Cindy considered herself the definition of a fashionista, and knew where to find all the deals on the latest fashions. She lived to shop and shopped to live. Luckily for Cindy, she had great credit and […]
Posted on 31 October 2014 by
This post originally appeared on SafeNet’s The Art of Data Protection blog prior to SafeNet being acquired by Gemalto. Throughout October, we’ve blogged about the IoT Nightmares — stories inspired by spooky campfire tales about the very real cyber security vulnerabilities the Internet of Things (IoT) introduces to a variety of industries. As each terrifying […]
Posted on 18 November 2014 by
After collecting publicly available information about worldwide data breaches, the Breach Level Index (BLI) showed that there were over 183 million data records lost or stolen from July through September 2014. As our new infographic shows, that means there were nearly 2 million records lost or stolen every day. That’s 23 records a second. Of the […]
Posted on 12 February 2015 by
Time changes everything. Unfortunately, in terms of breach occurrences, things didn’t improve in 2014.
Posted on 18 March 2015 by
“What are you trying to protect?” It’s a straightforward enough question perhaps, but it isn’t very easy to answer.
Posted on 02 April 2015 by
CLAS Consultant Update By Iain Kothari-Johnson There is a growing number of UK government agencies deploying encryption as a way to secure critical information assets. Equally as important is authentication, and in this blog I’ll be talking about the requirement of UK government agencies enforcing secure access to critical information. Throughout the CoCo (Code of Connection) […]