David Ellis, Vice President, Security and Mobility Solutions, Tech Data EMEA, talks through the challenges and opportunities for the Channel as digital transformation and, in particular, the rapid hybrid workplace evolution, place ever greater emphasis on the need for cybersecurity to be front and centre in almost any technology solution.
Marwin Marcussen, EMEA Channel Solution Architect at Kaseya, talks about the many challenges and opportunities facing end users as they seek to address the outfall from the pandemic, alongside the continuation of their existing digital transformation programmes. Happily, the Channel is perfectly placed to provide the expert knowledge and solutions end users require, with security very much the number one focus.
DW talks to Gorka Sadowski, Chief Strategy Officer at Exabeam, about the recent launch of the XDR Alliance, which aims to bring together competitive and complementary vendors to work together on some common cybersecurity objectives, with end users the main beneficiaries.
In this video we'll give an overview of how governments are restricting online privacy and freedom to help contain the spread of the COVID-19 (coronavirus). Many choose to impose severe restrictions on people’s freedoms, including their privacy and other human rights. It is essential to keep track of these measures to make sure they don’t spin out of control.
Tony Arnold, Head of Technology and Information Security Risk, ANZ Bank talks with Joan Goodchild about the state of identity and access assurance and why these are linchpins in managing business risk.
In this episode of the Hewlett Packard Labs podcast, Dejan Milojicic has another exceptional guest: Elizabeth Joyce, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at Hewlett Packard Enterprise. Liz talks about the responsibilities of a CISO and the ever-changing threat landscape. In modern cybersecurity, AI is a tool both for defense and for hackers. Liz ends the podcast discussing the hardest parts of her job, and the roles of women in cybersecurity and industry in general.
According to Veniamin Levtsov, VP, Corporate Business, we’re witnessing the beginning of an era of manages service providers. In this episode of Business Matters we discuss the major paradigm shift in IT industry and what it means for IT Security that is relying more and more on such services as Threat Intelligence.
Southern New Hampshire University not only has a high (and growing) number of students and faculty to support, they also have high business expectations to meet. LogMeIn Rescue has given SNHU the confidence to grow the university’s online student base by providing a reliable desktop and mobile support solution that scales easily and creates a positive customer experience.
Arcserve has published the first in a series of findings of its annual independent global research study on current experiences and attitudes of IT decision-makers (ITDMs) around data protection and recovery. Key findings from the research show that ransomware attacks continue to impact organisations worldwide with high costs, but they are still largely unprepared. With 50% of respondents targeted with ransomware attacks, the research indicates the critical need for companies to take a new approach to data resilience that fortifies disaster recovery strategies, backup systems, and immutable storage solutions to prevent the loss of mission-critical data.
OCI coupled with Metallic data management as a service (DMaaS) enables enterprise customers to protect and secure their data against threats, adhere to local data residency laws, and ease data management and recovery.
Simon Spring, Operations Director of EMEA at WhereScape, discusses some of the common misconceptions surrounding data warehouses, data lakes, and data hubs, and why a proper understanding of each is key to building effective data infrastructure.
Marc Garner, VP, Secure Power Division, Schneider Electric UK & Ireland The data centre sector skills shortage has been documented by industry publications and research firms for almost a decade. In fact, a report published by Gartner in 2016 found 80% of firms expected to find their growth held back due to a lack of new data centre skills, with the McKinsey Global Institute predicting a global shortage of 1.5 million qualified data centre managers as early as 2015.
The success of environmental policymaking is inextricably linked to the deployment of high-frequency data and artificial intelligence (AI). Geoff McGrath, Managing Director of CKDelta, discusses the role of holistic, data-driven decision making in responding to the climate crisis and driving down carbon emissions.