Panelists: Matt Luckett & Scott Messick
Data Loss Prevention (DLP) is different from most traditional data-centric security solutions in that its primary focus is on internal, as...
Organizations that allow the use of free or unsecured file transfer services not only leave themselves vulnerable to data loss, ransomware and a whole range of other cyber threats, but they have no control or visibility of what information is being transferred and who receives it.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) situation is changing rapidly on a day-to-day basis, so we wanted to take this opportunity to address what it means for Clearswift and HelpSystems as a global organization and an employer, and how it might impact on our customers, prospects and partners.
While cybersecurity when working from home was on the back burner as employees set up their home offices, now’s the time to evaluate whether your organization has the right safeguards in place
Discover how integrating data loss prevention (DLP), threat protection, and managed file transfer (MFT) solutions can bolster the security of your sensitive data.
In the early days of the internet, cybersecurity was fairly straightforward, with all solutions and strategies geared toward prevention. While prevention remains critical, cybersecurity has also had to evolve, with businesses layering their defenses and regularly evaluating the status of their safeguards to adapt to change—whether those be organizational or within the wider cybersecurity sphere.
With the new year just beginning, it's a good time to consider what you can do to ensure your data is protected and your business is not the victim of a data breach.
Brazil is Latin America’s largest technology hub and has the eighth-largest economy by GDP. Getting to know the ins and outs of LGPD is essential for doing business there.
Alyn Hockey, VP of Product Management at Clearswift, weighs in on the recent Marriott International data breach.
Marriott International has had its second data breach in less than two years. Cybersecurity experts Alyn Hockey of Clearswift and Kelly White of RiskRecon offer their reactions, in an article published on www.hotelbusiness.com .
A recent government-commissioned report claims that the average cost of a cyber-breach for medium to large UK businesses and charities is a mere £5,220 – despite other industry surveys estimating this number to be closer to £4 million. But industry experts like Alyn Hockey, VP of Product Management at Clearswift, warn that the figure appears to be misleadingly low.
65% of large Financial Services (FS) firms have suffered a cyber-attack in the last 12 months, according to new research today from data security provider.