Posts Tagged ‘GoSecure’

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Data Privacy Day 2012: Not Necessarily a Cause for Celebration

January 28, 2012

Businesses and consumers around the globe will observe Data Privacy Day on Saturday, Jan. 28th.  Now is the time  for businesses to assess risk management practices that relate to data security and where they are able to make improvements.

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Is the today’s cost of data security out of reach for most companies?

January 11, 2012

Price Tag: The cost of a currently available effective security platform depends on a firm’s current technology and risk, but it can range from tens of thousands of dollars to millions of dollars. Before devising a data security strategy, one must first must assess their risks and the potential consequences of a breach; then they must assess their existing tools and controls to identify weak points. The price tag on holistic fraud prevention includes external expenses (i.e., vendor software and implementation services) as well as internal development/integration costs.

 Source: http://www.wallstreetandtech.com/2012-outlook/data-security

GoSecure Enterprise Version is under development for customization for selected partners. Its underlying core technology is flexible, scalable and adaptable to support a broad portfolio of innovative products and solutions. GoSecure is committed to seamless end-point security solutions with zero incremental investment in infrastructure.

GoSecure is based on a simple principle: robust, innovative products that are easy to use will lead to mass adoption when they are reasonably priced. GoSecure will serve companies, government agencies, service organizations to the mass market. It can be customized for companies, countries and languages requirements.

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IBM 2011 Tech Trends Report: Mobile

November 21, 2011
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FTC Welcomes a New Privacy System for the Movement of Consumer Data Between the United States and Other Economies in the Asia-Pacific Region

November 18, 2011

 

The Federal Trade Commission welcomed the approval by the forum on Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) of a new initiative to harmonize cross-border data privacy protection among members of APEC. The initiative is designed to enhance the protection of consumer data that moves between the United States and other APEC members, at a time when more consumer information is moving across national borders.

 

On November 13, 2011, President Obama and representatives from the other APEC economies endorsed the APEC Cross-Border Privacy Rules at a meeting in Honolulu, Hawaii. The APEC privacy system is a self-regulatory code of conduct designed to create more consistent privacy protections for consumers when their data moves between countries with different privacy regimes in the APEC region.

 

“With personal information now moving around the world in the blink of an eye, we need pragmatic ways to bridge the gaps between different legal systems and privacy regimes. The APEC privacy rules have the potential to significantly benefit companies, consumers, and privacy regulators and move us closer to global interoperability of privacy regimes,” FTC Commissioner Edit Ramirez said.

Source FTC

 

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Study: IT’s Future Lies With Cloud Computing, Security and Mobile

November 7, 2011

Cloud computing, security and the mobile space hold the most growth potential in the coming years, according to IT professionals surveyed by tech staffing firm Modis.

While no single technology dominated that portion of the study, which polled 502 tech workers on issues related to their jobs and the IT industry, those areas took the top three spots. Cloud computing earned 29 percent of the vote, security tallied 21 percent and mobile scored 18 percent.

The technologies are linked, said Jack Cullen, president of Modis. As companies turn to cloud computing to deliver services over mobile devices, securing data is paramount, he said.

“Security has got to be one of the first things you think about even before talking about mobile applications or strategy,” he said. Firms first need to ask how they plan on securing their information in a cloud computing environment.

 Source:  Study: IT’s Future Lies With Cloud Computing, Security and Mobile

 

 

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MAKE IT HAPPEN! – Leadership style

October 12, 2011
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Microsoft’s latest Google-compete weapon: The Gmail man

July 29, 2011

Microsoft managed to keep its 12,000 or so attendees of its annual Microsoft Global Exchange sales conference from tweeting and blogging company secrets last week. But at least one enterprising attendee managed to grab one of those infamous sales videos that the company loves to show at these events.On July 20 during the MGX opening sessions, the Softies showed off their “Gmail Man” spoof.

View here Gmail Man
http://www.zdnet.com/blog/microsoft/microsofts-latest-google-compete-weapon-the-gmail-man/10217?tag=search-results-rivers;item0