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How Reporting & Tracking Hunts Down Data Misuse

July 25, 2019

Data misuse is something organizations simply cannot allow. Whether it is internal operations resulting in unsafe and unsanctioned use of data, or hostile attackers breaking in, data misuse is a big problem for organizations. It can result in downtime, damaged reputation, and regulatory ...

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Cryptocurrency Hack Strikes Japanese Exchange

July 23, 2019

The price of bitcoin and other virtual currencies has been volatile in 2019, rising and falling fast. And that’s partly due to the increase of and damage of cryptocurrency hacks, the latest of which struck the Japanese exchange in To...

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The Power to Revoke Access Vital to Cyber Security

July 18, 2019

The ability to revoke access is an important component in any organization’s attempt to build strong internal security operations and foster strong working relationships with external partners. Global Data Sentinel’s security ecosystem facilitates this need emphatically. We allow organizations to always remain in charge of who can or cannot access the...

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File Access Control is Key to Data Security Governance

July 11, 2019

File access control can be a cornerstone of an organization’s data security governance efforts. New regulations, the increased risk of hacking and reliance on new IT technologies like the cloud, pose a greater data governance challenges for businesses. However, strong access control can let organizations control who can look at what files, when...

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Organizations Rally to Defend Purpose of Encryption

June 13, 2019

The purpose of encryption is to keep organizations and individual’s data secure, private and confidential. All over the world, Governments and law enforcements agencies can be frustrated by the technology, but can backdoors into encryption ever work?GCHQ’s...

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