Europe to Issue Tough New Data-Protection Rules Soon
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published January 25, 2012
Corporations who violate the regulations could face fines equal to 1 percent of global revenues.
Tags: data protection, Europe, regulations
Better Data Security: Five Guidelines
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published April 21, 2011
Based on an Ernst & Youngs 2010 Global Information Security Survey.
Tags: data protection, data security, Data Protection Service Management, Ernst & Young
Engaging Your Staff in Data Protection
By Allison Dolan | Article Published April 28, 2010
Although breaches cant be eliminated, staff engagement in a data protection program can reduce risk.
Tags: security, security best practices, IT manager, Security practices, data protection
Encrypt Your Laptop for Top Security
By Laura Taylor | Article Published April 14, 2010
Neither personal firewalls, passwords or recovery software provide the level of security enabled by self-encrypting your laptop's drive.
Tags: netbooks, data protection, notebooks, encrypt, laptop security
IBM Takes Top Honors in Data Protection
By Larry Barrett | Article Published March 16, 2010
A nationwide survey finds that, among large tech companies, IBM is considered the best at protecting personal information. Google made the list this year after failing to earn a spot last year.
Tags: data storage, security, IBM, privacy, data protection