Cloud providers have upped their security game, but that doesn't let you off the hook. Here's what you need to know.
The moral of the story? One to watch, but beware potential privacy problems. (And if you’ve not yet implemented DMARC, get on with it already!)
Follow these five guidelines for data protection and you'll go well beyond simply adhering to government privacy rules or laws.
There's a lot of confusion out there when it comes to certificates and establishing trust with online shopping. Here's what your team needs to know.
Cloud services providers deliver good security overall. But in a multi-cloud world, enterprises should pay more attention to key management.
Key and secrets management a problem? Here's a three-pronged strategic approach to adopt for better data protection.
If you can't bring your own encryption to the cloud, at least bring your own keys. Here's what your team needs to know about the choices.
Understanding the differences between data-protection technologies is critical. Here's what you need to know.
It's much easier to adapt the format of the data to COBOL instead of forcing a legacy system to handle data with a different format.
Cloud vendors can help you keep your organization's data safer than you could on your own. Here's why.

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