Tag: Data Protection

9
Oct

Insider threat could be insidious to regional stability

The recent arrest of a BrahMos Aerospace engineer highlights the need for organizations, private and government-run, dealing with sensitive military technologies to up their data security best practices. When it comes to national security, best may not be best enough.

30
Jul

Reuters article on hackers highlights basic question overlooked by CIOs

A startling research report highlighted by a recent Reuters article on SAP data security reveals that attacks by hackers targeting large ERP software, such as SAP, are at an alarming raise and that many large corporates are falling victim. The reason for this is due to an obviously overlooked issue: Lack of importance to data security.

12
Jul

Data breach by National Health Service reconfirms that systemic data leaks is an often overlooked security issue

The latest incident of data loss by the National Health Service in the UK reconfirms that data leaks needn’t always be man-made. With increasing reliance on automation and system-to-system communication, it is imperative that organizations constantly monitor data flows.

8
May

A perspective on SECUDE-Microsoft relations – The story of HALOCORE

Philipp Meier is the Vice President of Research & Development. He has been at the core of developing HALOCORE and is thus privy to HALOCORE-Microsoft relations since the beginning. This is his perspective on HALOCORE – the decisive DLP solution that SAP users need.

25
Apr

How do you naturally integrate SAP and Microsoft’s Azure Information Protection?

HALOCORE finds mention in Microsoft’s application support website due to its innate capability to apply classification and protection leveraging Microsoft’s Azure Information Protection policies for SAP downloads on demand and fully automated.

23
Feb

How not to give business to the business of cyber crime

McAfee and the Center for Strategic and International Studies recently published a report titled ‘Economic Impact of Cybercrime – No Slowing Down’. The report categorically states the scary real world scenario of increasing cybercrime, often by governments and government sponsored actors.