Data classification stories
SearchInform expands in MENA with unique information security outsourcing service
SearchInform launches unique information security outsourcing service in MENA region, offering comprehensive protection for businesses.
Concentric AI launches DSPM solution on CrowdStrike marketplace
Concentric AI's advanced data security solution is now available in CrowdStrike Marketplace, offering effective data protection.
A practical approach to modern Data Security
Your data is your most valuable asset, and safeguarding it with confidence comes down to having the right partnerships.
OpenText data security platform named a leader by Forrester
OpenText Voltage was cited for standing out with data discovery and classification in Forrester's data security platforms report.
Varonis adds secrets discovery to data classification
The data security firm announces enhancements that detect and remediate overexposed private keys, encryption certificates, API keys, and authentication tokens.
Barracuda launches tool to help enterprises protect sensitive data
Barracuda Networks has launched a new Barracuda Data Inspector to scan OneDrive for Business and SharePoint data for sensitive information and malicious files.
AU govt agencies sacrificing records management compliance - survey
Almost a quarter of surveyed did not transfer eligible records to an archival authority in the last year. Of those, 41% did not know why.
Data classification: What’s the point of brushing off 'digital dust'?
To a lot of us data is boring but a necessary evil. Our organisations create documents that end up being stored somewhere, gathering digital dust.
Macquarie Government gets ‘Protected’ cloud accreditation
It's currently the highest security level certification for cloud services approved by the Australian Signals Directorate (ASD).
TITUS CEO interview: Channel strategy & crucial considerations for enterprises
Tim Upton is currently in Australia to talk about data classification & their channel strategy – we were able to catch up with him on some key issues.