As you create or enhance your company’s security strategy, here are five ways to assess the effectiveness of your current encryption capabilities.
In his last blog, QTS CISO Andrew Wild explained what Data Privacy Day is, why privacy is important, and the threats to privacy. In this article, he will focus on the things that each of us as individuals can do to safeguard our privacy, and the things that organizations should do to ensure compliance with privacy laws as well as best privacy practices to be a good corporate citizen.
No company or industry is immune to the threat of attack. In their most recent Data Breach Report, the Identity Theft Resource Center (ITRC) reported 725 data breaches across five industry categories in 2016, with over 29 million records compromised.
In our new cybersecurity whitepaper and webinar, we focus on three steps healthcare organizations can take to strengthen data security to prevent an attack and how they can minimize damage in the event of an attack.
Uptime is essential to business success, increasing the pressure on businesses to have their data centers protected against potential outages. We’ve outlined three of the biggest challenges data centers are faced with when designing their facilities for maximum uptime.
As healthcare technology becomes increasingly connected to the Internet of Things, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has taken an involved role in promoting cybersecurity measures.
QTS Chicago will bring world-class data center solutions and managed services to Chicago’s Central Business District, including state-of-the-art security and compliance features.
Today, threats come from all directions that can compromise your data and stall your business or organization. What you need is a reliable cloud-based disaster recovery (DR) strategy.
As a prime target of hackers, security protocols are at the forefront of a financial service company’s thoughts. QTS’ colocation services keep your data safe and your compliance up to date, allowing you to better serve your customers.
With the cost of data breaches expected to exceed $2 trillion by 2019, there has been a shift towards the use of third-party cloud services to protect valuable data.
Perhaps one of the greatest benefits to hybrid cloud models is that they are built on an understanding that a one-size-fits-all approach to cloud computing is not effective and does not exist.
Simply put, the cloud is “able” – it’s scalable, reliable and available. These factors make it appealing to a wide range of industries looking for ways to improve or supplement their existing IT infrastructure.