20 years ago we approached IT and security quite differently compared to how it is done (or should be done) today. Most organisations had their data centres onsite, housing servers […]
The Mirai botnet has been the cause of many notorious DDoS attacks of late, denying access to popular services including Facebook, Amazon, Twitter and Netflix to name a few. The […]
In this, Part 8 and the last installment of our series, we will continue the application data protection story as we delve a little deeper into the challenges inherent in […]
The revised data protection laws for Europe have been agreed. By late May 2018 the regulation will be enforced - although at a glance this seems quite some time away, […]
In this, Part 7, we will address the last bullet point in our list of topics as we talk about encryption and protection of the data that is created, gathered […]
Learn how a SIEM solution can enforce your information security policy by ensuring permanent visibility of users' activities.
In this article we'll wrap up the discussion on restricting what users can do with allowed applications as we touch on a new feature that has been added in Windows […]
In this article we'll provide a summary of the PowerShell cmdlets that Microsoft has made available for AppLocker.
In this Part 4, we'll be delving into Microsoft's AppLocker, which was introduced in Windows 7 and Server 2008 R2 and grew out of the previous Software Restrictions Policies feature. […]
Data is arguably the most important asset in any organization. The implications of corporate data getting into the wrong hands could potentially be catastrophic. This document is going to give […]