For mission-critical databases, cyber-attacks leading to lost data and system downtime can have far ranging impacts throughout the business in terms of revenue, operations, reputation, and even penalties.
To support businesses and organisations with their floor sticker requirements through the pandemic, OKI Europe is offering free* floor sticker media and downloadable artwork communicating social distancing guidelines.
In light of the growing concern around COVID-19, and as a precautionary measure, we have decided to transform SUSECON 2020 into SUSECON Digital 2020, a virtual event.
As COVID-19 continues to impact the world, SUSE is committed to your success no matter the circumstances.
It’s comforting to remember that we’re all in this together, and in that spirit, we’ve put together a list of top tips for those still becoming accustomed to this temporary new way of working.
Arda Arslan, regional director, Automotive Aftermarket, Bosch Middle East, Turkey and Iran, discusses how microelectronics can help flying cars reduce energy consumption and minimise costs.
Pat Flynn, head of McAfee Advanced Programs Group, discusses how intelligence can help organisations strategically mitigate and anticipate modern attacks.
International Data Privacy Day is meant to raise awareness about how personal data is being used, collected and shared in today’s digital society.
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Drawing inspiration from Expo 2020 Dubai’s theme, Avaya will bring together its elite group of partners from across the globe to connect minds and discuss the latest technological innovations.
Data might be the new oil, but actionable insight is the vehicle that actually gets your business places, says Avaya International CTO Ahmed Helmy.
Paladion has been named AI-Driven Managed Detection and Response Provider of the Year at the Future Security Awards.
An analysis of the 100,000 most-commonly re-occurring breached passwords confirms that ‘123456’ is the undisputed king of atrocious passwords.