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Regulations surrounding data breaches mean more organisations should be using encryption to protect the information they hold, it has been suggested.
More than 1.7 million people were affected by 327 power outages in 2017, according to a new report which says overall power outages in Australia increased by 19% , with Queensland overtaking New South Wales as the top blackout state after Cyclone Debbie caused devastation along the east-coast in March.
New research by Kaspersky Lab shows that people claim they understand the value of their personal data, but don’t appreciate its importance, nor do anything to protect it, until it is lost.
The possibility of data loss in Australia is heightened by the unpredictable climate that often brings extensive flooding, heat waves and bushfires, a top executive of a data protection and information management company says.
When you have data you want to get rid of forever, whom are you going to call? There's one sure place to go: Redmond. You are assured of losing your data when you hand it to Microsoft.
Last month, the Linux Australia secretary, Sae Ra Germaine, posted to the publicly-available Linux-aus mailing list that the organisation's website had been disrupted due to hosting changes. Under its current mindset, this problem is only bound to re-occur.
An error during maintenance is being blamed for the loss of a significant amount of virtual private server data.
Just because you're not in the health industry, you may still be responsible for storing health-related data securely.
"The best laid schemes o' mice an' men gang aft agley" according to Robert Burns, but even when things go seriously awry there can still be a happy ending.
Australian public and private sector organisations are under greater pressure in 2011 to protect against data loss compared to last year with 52 per cent of IT security managers citing compliance with regulation and legislation as a key driver for security investment in the next 12 months.
Acronis, a provider of easy-to-use backup, disaster recovery and security solutions for physical, virtual and cloud environments, today announced the release of a new free disk monitoring tool for businesses and consumers alike, Acronis® Drive Monitorâ„¢.
By a number of different measures, the level of data breach notifications has declined significantly over the past 18 months. Is there a reason for this?
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