AI combats threats like Kaseya ransomware attack

The recent ransomware attack on Kaseya, a cloud-based IT and security management provider services company that supplies tech-management tools to customers worldwide, has the potential to be the most serious cyber-criminal incident this year.

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DfE insists schools prove ransomware protection

The Department for Education has urged schools to confirm they have ramped up protection for their systems and data following a new round of targeted ransomware attacks. 

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10 things to know about providing AKS backup

Kubernetes data protection represents a massive opportunity. Around 30% of global organizations are currently running containerised applications in production – by 2022, Gartner predicts that figure will be as high as 75%.

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Vital new role of AI in keeping backup data safe from malware

Vital new role of AI in keeping backup data safe from malware

Every day more than 350,000 new types of malware are unleashed on the internet. The scale of the problem is so massive, it is no longer enough to have traditional anti-virus software, solely defending against known threats.

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It’s World (Horrifying) Password (Mistakes) Day

May 2 is World Password Day – traditionally the day you are supposed to change your passwords.

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Name that strain. Ransomware on the rise.

A well known threat to all organisations, ransomware is still on the rise. Cyber-criminals are even working out how to beat your ransomware protection solutions.

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Backing up Office365 data

With growing threats to data and the rising use of cloud platforms such as Office365, organisations now have a need to protect their cloud platforms with additional backup.

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Marriott faces data breach fallout

The Marriott hotel group has announced that it has fallen victim to one of the largest data breaches in history as data was stolen over the course of 4 years.

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Vote Leave becomes first UK victim of GDPR

With the General Data Protection Regulation in full effect the Information Commissioner’s Office, the UK’s regulatory authority, has issued the first official enforcement notice to an organisation for failing to follow the data protection law.

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When Will We See The First GDPR Mega-fines?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect several months ago, threatening to change the way organisations look after data forever…

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Is Ransomware Still Something That Organisations Fear?

Ransomware is malicious software that infects a computer, network or data. A computer will either be locked or have the data encrypted, held hostage, …

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Mid-year Cyber-security Breach Review

Cyber-security and cyber-crime have been major talking points in recent years, with breaches and hacks affecting some of the largest companies and put…

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