GUEST OPINION: Data Protection Day, impending in Europe, serves as a global reminder of one of the most important responsibilities for any organisation: keeping sensitive data secure.
GUEST RESEARCH: Bitglass, the total cloud security company, today announced new research that shows how the Dark Web, the value of stolen data and cybercriminal behaviours have dramatically evolved in recent years.
Forcepoint has signed a definitive agreement to acquire fellow security vendor Bitglass.
GUEST OPINION: Anyone who has ever watched a Bond movie will know that James Bond has a trust complex. Whether it's M, MI6, or a femme fatale – Bond always gets into trouble when he trusts the wrong person (i.e., Vesper Lynd in Casino Royale).
GUEST OPINION: Why are CIOs and IT organisations prioritising investment in cloud infrastructure? The answer is simple: to better support virtual workforces, supply chains and partners.
GUEST OPINION: Bitglass founder and CEO Nat Kausik has warned that the SolarWinds attack illustrates how crucial it is to break free from single vendor security infrastructure such as Microsoft, and why it is essential to stack security tech infrastructure to mitigate against attacks.
GUEST OPINION by Jonathan Andresen, Bitglass: It wasn’t too long ago that most of us used to work in an office. Fifteen months into the global COVID pandemic it’s now certain that the future will not be a full return to the office or a continuation of the present remote working experience – it will be both.
GUEST OPINION: For many organisations, creating an effective data protection strategy to support the adoption of remote work and cloud infrastructure is becoming increasingly urgent.
GUEST OPINION: Imagine standing in front of the CEO and company board of directors, asking them for a cheque for an obscene amount of money to pay off hackers that are holding critical data hostage and disrupting the company business.
Bitglass today announced findings from its 2021 BYOD Security Report that show the rapid adoption of unmanaged personal devices connecting to work-related resources (aka BYOD) and why organisations are ill-equipped to deal with growing security threats such as malware and data theft.
Even as organisations continue to adopt cloud technologies, the need for secure access to on-premises resources endures.
Securing the remote workforce has become a critical, yet unexpected, priority for thousands of organisations forced to close their offices and workplaces in the wake of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Imagine you just bought a brand new car featuring all the latest bells and whistles. You're itching to take advantage of speed camera detection and try out the heated seat backs and armrests. Unfortunately, when you try to turn your car on, nothing happens. If the vehicle doesn't work, then what's the point of having it and all its exciting features?
As Australia and New Zealand forge ahead in 2021 and mark a full year of remote work for many organisations, it is clear that the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated digital transformation globally and changed the future of work — likely permanently.
Security company Bitglass's latest Remote Workforce Security Report found a majority of organisations still have at least three-quarters of their employees working remotely.
Guest Opinion by Anurag Kahol, CTO and co-founder of Bitglass. The past year proved to be a time of dramatic change for companies and consumers all around the world, as the shift to remote work led to a surge in cloud usage as users, devices, apps and data were forced to move off-premises.
COMPANY NEWS: Bitglass, the total cloud security company, has extended its leadership in the secure access service edge (SASE) market by announcing an expansion of its SD-WAN integration ecosystem.
Bitglass recently appointed tech executive Wayne Neich as the regional sales director for Australia and New Zealand, and we took the opportunity to talk to him about the company and its products and services.
GUEST OPINION: As the new year unfolds and companies initiate their plans and execution for ‘the new normal’, a topic of discussion from a past customer advisory meeting has become much more critical.
Cloud security specialist Bitglass has appointed Wayne Neich as its ANZ regional sales director.
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