Category Archive for "Data jurisdiction"


Data Breaches: Calculating Their Cost is a Complex Conundrum

We often talk about the risk of a data breach and how to prevent it, but one area that still offers much room for discussion is around calculating the true cost of a breach. This is by no means an

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Filling the security gap when moving to the Office 365 cloud

Office 365 has become the de facto transition solution from traditional on-premise licensing of Office and Exchange to a single cloud-based subscription. However, for many organizations that must comply with increased security regulations (e.g. healthcare, financial services and the public

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Data Leak Prevention: The Top Mistakes Companies Make

Data Leak Prevention (DLP) refers to a system (or systems) that automates the monitoring of data to prevent unintended or malicious disclosure of company information. In an ideal world, businesses would have a human set of eyes on each email

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Give Your Email Sales Strategy a Data Jurisdiction Makeover

By Brian Haynes, North American Channel Manager, Cirius Messaging Inc. Note: This post was originally published on Ingram Micro’s blog, The onslaught of front-page stories about data privacy, cyber-attacks, and breaches was more than enough to push data security

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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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