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Zivver Guest Blog: Why Digital Comms Security Needs To Change
Data is the lifeblood of all organizations; the way in which they secure that data underpins customer confidence and maintains economic functions for our society to operate. And the amount of data we handle is increasing, and will continue to grow...
Preventing data leaks via outbound email security
For the financial services industry, the vast majority of outbound emails include sensitive data; credit card numbers, addresses and other personally identifiable information (PII)... data that you really wouldn’t want to end up in the wrong hands.
Zivver featured on the CYBERTECH100 list for 2021
The CYBERTECH100 for 2021 has been unveiled, and this year Zivver has been featured on this esteemed list as a recommended solutions provider for financial sector companies.
What is the CYBERTECH100?
The CYBERTECH100 is an annual list of innovative...
Four Reasons The Cloud Is More Secure Than On-Premise Systems
Data governance is high on the priority list for many businesses, especially with headline-grabbing fines associated with GDPR non-compliance and data breaches. But, it’s no surprise that some organizations still have concerns on moving away from...
Zivver Identified as a Leader in Omdia Market Radar 2020 for Outbound Email Security
5 Excuses That Make Every Email A Potential Data Breach
We say it time and time again - every email you send, every file you share, it must be sent securely. The data protection hazards are too big to warrant any risky moves today.
However, there are a few misconceptions around email security that we...