Archive for January, 2015


Data jurisdiction and what it means for cloud providers

Last week, our Senior Vice President of Business Development, Cameron Burke, contributed an article to SC Magazine UK on the increasingly important topic of data jurisdiction and what it means for cloud providers. Have a look at the SC Magazine UK

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Cirius Partners with Cobweb to Offer Advanced Email Encryption in EMEA

Read more: Cirius Messaging Inc., the leader in secure corporate messaging, and Cobweb Solutions, Europe’s largest provider of integrated cloud solutions to more than 6,000 businesses, today announced a strategic partnership to enable Cobweb to deliver Cirius’ simplified secure

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Have Secure Messaging Your Way

When many security professionals think about cloud-based secure messaging, they assume they may have to sacrifice customization in order to enjoy the benefits of the cloud. That is no longer the case. Cloud-based secure messaging does not have to be

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5 tips for securing your data on Data Privacy Day

January 28 is Data Privacy Day, a day recognized by the United States, Canada and 27 countries in Europe as a way to build greater awareness around data security and data protection best practices. In honor of today, we’re sharing some

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Four Departments In Every Org That Exchange Confidential Information

It wasn’t that long ago when many viewed information security as a priority only for those in heavily regulated industries.  Regulatory compliance is a key driver for security, but as we’re seeing breaches affecting companies across many industries it’s time

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Why Security is Even More Important for SMBs

When Code Spaces, a software engineering services company, went out of business due to a cyberattack, it was a stark reminder that the stakes of a security breach are even higher for small and medium businesses (SMBs). In fact, reports

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The Globalization of Security Threats

Many IT experts are predicting large increases in security threats this year. PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), for example, is forecasting that global security incidents will grow an alarming 48% in 2015­. Not only are security incidents occurring more frequently, they are also

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From ‘Bring Your Own Device’ to ‘Bring Your Own PC’

While more organizations are establishing  ‘Bring Your Own Device’ (BYOD) policies in the workplace, mobile devices are still mainly for consumption. To create and edit documents, most users still prefer Windows based laptops. According to this article that appeared in

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Lost thumb drive causes breach at California Credit Union

The Palm Springs Federal Credit Union recently notified an undisclosed number of members that a thumb drive containing their names, social security numbers and account numbers was lost.  The information was on a thumb drive as part of an audit

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Secure Messaging For Franchise Businesses

Large franchises in the United States have been hit hard over the past year by security breaches with brands such as Dairy Queen, P.F. Changs, and Jimmy John’s being impacted. It’s probably not that surprising given the security challenges of

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