Why you need on-location and co-location backups and why they should be encrypted

Why you need on-location and co-location backups and why they should be encrypted

I hope I will be stating the obvious in this post; but I have seen so many things going wrong that I will risk repeating myself! On location back ups are totally cool! They are directly connected to your ethernet, have blazing accessibility rate, superb file transfer speeds, and a variety of other bills and … Continue reading Why you need on-location and co-location backups and why they should be encrypted

New encryption law: Australia first Orwellian state?

New encryption law: Australia first Orwellian state?

  The full impact of Australia's new law to crack down on encryption is still unknown. From what can be read currently, and currently available information the very broad and vague law is introduced to request the assistance of technology companies storing data in the country to make it available for law-enforcement. And the vagueness … Continue reading New encryption law: Australia first Orwellian state?

Project: Advanced Cybersecurity Risk Assessment Checklist

What is the "Advanced Cybersecurity Risk Assessment Checklist" (ACRAC)?ACRAC allows any organisation to assess a status quo of their cybersecurity. It's a thorough, and constantly updated checklist to reduce common cyber threats organisations are confronted with. Its goal is to raise awareness for vulnerabilities, thereby neutralising a majority of threat vectors an organisation sees itself … Continue reading Project: Advanced Cybersecurity Risk Assessment Checklist

Is your organizations data valuable to outside threats?

Whether or not your organizations data as valuable to outsiders depends heavily on what business you're in. Generally said, your organizations data is valuable :period. There is an ever increasing amounts of data being taken from paper, and digitized. Therefore they are not only victim to attempts of corporate espionage, but also to data collection … Continue reading Is your organizations data valuable to outside threats?