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During Cyber Security Awareness Month, our experts answered the most frequently searched questions about secure digital communication, working from home and eliminating the biggest cyber risks.
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- General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) vs California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)
- How to safeguard data and comply with the GDPR and similar legislation
- How to report a data leak and the steps you need to take
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How to safeguard data and comply with the GDPR
With the GDPR in effect, organizations must ensure that their products, services and processes are GDPR compliant as well. The optimal way to do this with current and future business initiatives is by establishing a culture of privacy by design and default in your organization, as well as perform a privacy impact assessment (PIA) as needed. We explain more in this post.
Improve your Office 365 security with Zivver
Did you know that Office 365 is the most popular cloud-based office solution used by enterprises across the globe today? By using Zivver on top of Office 365, you can prevent data leaks, improve compliance and save on costs. Read more on this in our blog post.
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Lessons from the Ministry of Defence (MoD) data breach
Now and again, an incident occurs which casts new light on the importance of data security. Data breaches today have become so common that we are now desensitized to stories of malicious attacks and hackers. However, for the 250 Afghan interpreters...
How to improve data security across a remote workforce: a lesson in security training
Zivver achieves DCB0129 status for NHS Clinical Safety Risk Assesment
Securing digital communications brings many benefits
While it’s no surprise that the pandemic has accelerated the need for digital communication across many sectors, often this was done in haste and with considerable risk. That’s because the explosion of digital communications in recent times has...
5 reasons financial services must reevaluate security training to secure their outbound email
The belief that there is no way of preventing human error-caused data breaches leaves your organisation at risk of big mistakes. This interpretation of employee mistakes and outbound email is incorrect. Accidents caused by people can be avoided; but...
Making email security and DLP easier for financial services and their customers
There’s a reason why we aren’t all sending important financial information via fax machine, snail mail or carrier pigeon. It’s because email is easy to use. It’s fast, reliable, and everyone understands it. So why should email security be any...
Transforming digital communication requires a Tesla-style approach
We are all aware of how digital communication has exploded over the last year because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Video calls, working from home and speaking to customers, residents, and patients online – and all from the comfort of our own home. But...
Email security for financial services: the gap in your DLP (data loss prevention) strategy
When it comes to data security, wealth management and insurance firms have a bigger target on their backs than most businesses. However, when strategising for data loss prevention in email, the focus for IT leaders traditionally remains on incoming...
Zivver Expands Leadership Team, Names Three New C-level Executives
Preventing data leaks via outbound email security
Outbound emails are the bread and butter of most company’s communications. And if you’re in the finance sector, the emails you send will regularly contain credit card numbers, addresses and other personally identifiable information (PII) – data that...