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.
Did you know that Saturday, January 28th 2017 is Data Privacy Day (DPD)? Events on DPD are focused on building awareness about the importance of privacy, data protection, and trust.
As the data landscape evolves, it becomes exponentially more complex. As a direct result, organizations’ IT needs are growing as well. IT decision makers don’t want to juggle multiple vendors and solutions. Instead, they want a partner that offers a comprehensive, fully integrated service platform. But what does a fully integrated service platform look like?
The new year has arrived and 2017 is poised to revolutionize how IT professionals will deploy, manage, protect and scale IT infrastructures. So we’ve put together a checklist to help your team avoid playing catch up and focus on innovation.
An ITDR plan ensures that your organization will maintain the integrity, availability and security of your IT infrastructure in the event of a disaster and limit damage and downtime. This plan maps out how your mission critical data will be backed up, retrieved and restored in the event of a disruption or breach. We've outlined five ways to improve (or create) your ITDR plan.
As the cybersecurity landscape evolves, so do compliance standards. The new year brought new conversations about compliance, new regulations and new considerations for IT teams. We’ve outlined some of those changes below to help your team stay ahead of the curve.