Hurricane season is here: Are you ready to protect your data?

Hurricane season is here An uptick in the frequency of severe weather is a sure sign that summer is near. And for the Caribbean, that means hurricane season is quickly approaching. Last year, three major hurricanes — Harvey, Irma and … Read More

Introduction to Ken Bodnar – Guest Keynote Speaker at Armour Expo 2019

Ken Bodnar Introduction to Ken Bodnar, Principal Consultant at Blockchain Associates, Data Science Influencer, and one of the winners of the first challenge of the F1 Connectivity Innovation Prize 2017. Ken Bodnar has a long career in advanced technology. He … Read More

The Top 3 Myths of GDPR in the Caribbean

Sorting the facts from the fiction The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been garnering much attention in recent months, particularly as it comes into force on 25 May 2018. With the effective date fast approaching, there is growing misinformation … Read More

5 Top Cyber Concerns Impacting Law Firms

Law firms are in a race against time With the introduction of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in May 2018, law firms are in a race against time to navigate through the myriad of cybersecurity challenges including an … Read More

How To Form Two Lines Of Cyber Resilience Against Insiders

Insiders are today’s biggest security threat By concentrating exclusively on outside threats, organisations are beginning to recognise that cyber threats also come from their own people, emphasising the need to implement employee awareness and education as well as creating a … Read More

The Motivations Behind Insider Threats And How To Deal With Them

CSOs and CISOs face a myriad of security challenges but more recently, the insider threat has taken a stranglehold on the evolving list of top risks to look out for in 2017. As security professionals, we spend a lot of … Read More

Data Sovereignty Laws And The Cloud: What You Need To Know

Data sovereignty comes into play when an organisation’s data is stored outside of their country and is subject to the laws of the country in which the data resides. In the past, it was often believed that keeping and maintaining … Read More