BooleBox hints on how to protect from cyber attacks
Today such a representative is still missing for Information Security
A proper strategic plan to protect organizations from Cyber Attacks is still missing
Analysts and researches are on the same page: 2016 has been the worst year in terms of cyber-attacks. How to be ready for a more secure 2017?
In 2016 healthcare is the industry with more attacks registered with a 102% increase
EU GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), the European Commission regulation focuses on data protection
A cyber-attack can be the cause of serious damages, not only financially speaking, that should be avoided, adpting efficient data security solutions.
The possibility to access business information , everywhere and at any time, also from portable devices, is a priority. But risks should not be underestimated.
1 out of 50 employees can be considered a potential source of attack on company data security, said a recent survey conducted by Imperva.
The result of a recent study released by Rand Corp. risks to give out a wrong message in the world of cyber security.
Even if the rules are forcing Companies to use outsourcing partners, nevertheless, only 1 PA out of 3 manages security with outsourcing partners.
The brightest professionals and researchers in the industry will come together to discuss about the latest research and vulnerability disclosures.
The security of sensitive data is still not a priority for many companies, particularly in the health and medical sector.
The first and only event in Italy dedicated to the issues of Information Security.
Boole Server will be exhibiting at the 6th edition of Privacy Day Forum, taking place in Rome on Thursday, 13th October 2016.
Boole Server provides serious security with full military-grade encryption for email and other data files.
IT should rest easy about where their data lives in the consumerization age, but there's no one-size-fits-all approach to reaching that peace of mind.
Boole Server is location agnostic and secures data, files and messages wherever they reside.
Italian company, Boole Server, is not very well known in the United States, but the Milan-based data protection company is trying to change that.
Boole Server, an Italian ECM services provider that offers a secure sharing solution for documents, is opening offices in Boston and San Francisco in 2014. Read what it does and doesn't do (yet)