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The value of data has increased exponentially in the last few years, to the point that it is now called the oil of the new industry. But so has the risk of data breaches.
Customers are increasingly aware that their data is highly valued by organisations. Progressive IT teams are taking action to respond.
As the risk of data breaches continues to grow, it is important to re-evaluate how to better secure customer data.
PostgreSQL could change the database market just as Linux did operating systems.
Get 10 tips for data administrators and risk managers to ensure they are ready for the new Notifiable Data Breaches (NDB) scheme in Australia.
Here are three ways your data can become vulnerable to attack, and what you could do about it.
PGConf APAC in Singapore brought the PostgreSQL community together. Here are the tips I presented to tune PostgreSQL for better data protection.
There has been a significant change in Australian privacy laws that every enterprise and executive needs to be aware of.
New data breach laws in Australia and Europe are making Data Masking critical for organisations that retain personal data, such as those in government, health and financial sectors.
Protecting clients' data has long been an immediate concern of mine as it probably is for you. Which is why I'm excited by Data Masking.