Data encryption stories - Page 2
Encryption in 2016: Are you the key master?
In a world where perimeter security measures have proven ineffective in stopping data breaches, encryption is the only way to truly make data secure.
Encryption software a growing market for resellers to capitalise on
Demand for encryption software is increasing, with the growing penetration of cloud computing and increasing workforce mobility driving APAC adoption.
New security tool to detect eavesdropping on fibre comms
Allied Telesis has announced the release of a new security measure to prevent eavesdropping on fibre communications.
ESET offers up secure USB drives with built in antivirus
ESET has debuted a new range of secure USB drives to aimed at preventing malware from spreading via portable drives.
Encryption: The answer to the enterprise mobility problem
Mobility brings opportunities to businesses, enabling employees to work and collaborate from anywhere in the world, but it also brings up new threats.
Google tells its cloud customers: BYO encryption keys
Google has added Customer-Supplied Encryption Keys for Google Compute Engine in beta, which provides users control over encryption in the public cloud.
D-Link shows off spherical Wi-Fi USB adapter
D-Link releases AC1900 Wi-Fi USB Adapter to improve Wi-Fi performance on laptops and desktops, offering speeds of up to 1900Mbps.
A security trifecta: Encryption, analytics and applications
Data encryption, application security and analytics are offering resellers new opportunities in the burgeoning security market.
Risk Assessment Program-as-a-service earning street cred
Risk assessment programmes shouldn’t be a one-time thing, says Nicola Ferguson, Microsoft NZ support practice manager.
Your environment? Hostile territory.
When it comes to data breaches, people are ready to take action against the organizations responsible, according to a survey by Unisys. In New Zealand, 80% said they would stop dealing with a breached organization, 48% would expose the issue publicly and 36% said they would take legal action.
PSN restoration begins
Sony’s PlayStation Network is on the road to recovery after hackers compromised it, causing a nearly month-long outage.
Vision for the virtual
Taking IT to the next level: from desktop to client-side virtualisation.
Locking the bathroom window
As endpoints, POS terminals need to be secured in the same way you protect a PC.