Data regulation stories
Splunk Observability Cloud now available in ANZ via AWS
Splunk has announced that Splunk Observability Cloud is now available in Australia and New Zealand via the Amazon Web Services Asia Pacific (Sydney) Region.
Creating private data regulations for employees
Whether employees are hired on a part-time or full-time basis, everyone must know about data privacy regulations. Everyone needs to be responsible for keeping the organisation’s data secure.
Hybrid cloud adoption accelerating in healthcare
In just two years, healthcare providers’ hybrid cloud deployments are set to almost double from 19 percent penetration to 37 percent.
Why Australia needs more compliance experts
"As the demand for skilled experts continues to grow and vacancies remain unfilled, organisations will need to look at alternative resources to meet their regulatory and compliance requirements."
Exclusive Q&A: Why businesses are storing useless hardware
In this exclusive interview, Blancco's Fredrik Forslund details just how expensive the issue of data centre waste has become.
Data Protection Day needs to be an everyday thing
Today marks the 13th annual Data Protection Day, a day aimed at raising awareness and promoting good data privacy practices around the world.
Organisations wasting $100k a year hoarding useless IT hardware
Staggering new research has revealed how businesses have become paralysed by data regulations and are sucking up the costs of storing old data centre hardware rather than risk a breach.
Top risk facing organisations? Why, it’s an IT talent famine
For some time there has been talk about how the IT industry is crying out for new talent and skills, which a lot of people have glossed over. But now Gartner says it is a harsh reality.
Data privacy regulations causing headaches for AU businesses
"IT and HR teams need to work together to make sure all employees are trained, and continue to be trained on compliance requirements."
Why the GDPR is necessary and key to the tech future
GDPR will not be perfect but it will add something writes Schneider Electic.
Now or never: Don’t get left behind in the race to GDPR compliance
Those who don’t comply will face huge financial penalties and are likely to be held publicly accountable for any misuse of customer data.
Tighter data regimes demand action: four steps to cyber security
As China and the European Union (EU) strengthen their data protection regimes, organisations need to reassess their cyber security readiness.
New year, new privacy regulations - are you ready?
Ensuring Personal Information Protection (PIP) and privacy is a world and industry-wide concern among enterprises and service providers alike.