Security vendor Thales has announced new data protection products for Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, and Amazon Web Services.
Cloud-native network detection and response provider ExtraHop has appointed Keith Symons to the role of regional sales manager.
SafeNet Data Protection on Demand is Gemalto's data security-as-a-service product for enterprises and managed service providers.
Larger organisations in Australia and New Zealand favour a blended public/private cloud strategy, but there still seems to be some confusion about the definition of 'cloud'.
A new software protection system from SafeNet is said to be safe from prying eyes.
Information security specialist SafeNet has acquired Cryptocard for its authentication-as-a-service platform.
SafeNet claims its KeySecure enterprise key management platform is the first hardware product to comply with the KMIP standard.
SafeNet's SafeWord 2008 now extends single sign-on to cloud applications such as Google Apps.
Enterprises are grappling with 40,000 different regulations concerning data governance around the world - and that figure is growing by as much as 60 new regulations each month. For cloud computing vendors this rising tide of red tape is holding back widespread adoption.
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