11 Jul 2019
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Why identity should be at the heart of your security strategy

Posted by Andy Allison

For Security Opinion

Combatting the growing identity crisis.

Global, digital, mobile and cloud-based - the security perimeter of every business now extends far beyond the traditional network. Forward-thinking business leaders are challenging their approach to security and realigning it for the digital age. Today, identity is the logical place to start, as it's the single point of control across mobile devices, cloud-based applications and outside the management of the corporate network.

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22 May 2019
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The end of support for Windows 7 and what this means for your business

Posted by Mark Sanders

For Security Business Continuity Opinion

If your business is still running Windows 7, now is the time to consider your next steps.

Since its launch in July 2009, Windows 7 has been one of Microsoft’s most popular operating systems. With an announced date for the end of support set as the 14th of January 2020, what does the future hold for businesses using Windows 7? We take a closer look… 

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07 Jun 2018
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Bistech amongst the first to achieve global data protection certification

Posted by Sally Bailey

For News Security Data Protection GDPR

UK-based business technology firm Bistech is the first to gain certification to the new BS 10012:2017 data protection standard with Lloyd’s Register (LR).

Bistech successfully achieved BS 10012:2017 certification in June 2018, and has been issued LR’s first certificate to this demanding new standard. This places Bistech amongst the first organisations in the world to be able to declare, and most importantly, demonstrate compliance with GDPR.

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15 May 2017
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Protect Your Organisation from WCry Ransomware

Posted by Stephen Dodge

For News Security Business Continuity

Hitting the media headlines over the weekend, WCry is a highly virulent strain of a self-replicating ransomware, infecting over 230,000 hosts in over 150 countries and impacting such far-flung organisations as our NHS, Chinese universities, Hungarian and Spanish telcos, and the Russian Interior Ministry.

 

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