Right to be Forgotten: 75% of employees likely to exercise rights under GDPR



Right to be Forgotten: 75% of employees likely to exercise rights under GDPR

New research by data security company, Clearswift, has shown that 75% of employees are likely to exercise their right to be forgotten (RTBF). The principle also known as ‘right to erasure’ dictates that an individual can request their data to be removed or deleted when there is no compelling reason for a business to continue processing that information. Continue reading Right to be Forgotten: 75% of employees likely to exercise rights under GDPR

How to Remove the Date from Your WordPress Posts



How to Remove the Date from Your WordPress Posts

If the content on your site isn’t time-oriented, you may want to remove the dates from your posts since this information isn’t relevant.

Removing the date may also be helpful if you don’t regularly update your site – posts with older dates can give the impression that your content is outdated. Continue reading How to Remove the Date from Your WordPress Posts

5 Cloud Computing Predictions for 2018



5 Cloud Computing Predictions for 2018

Just a few years ago, not many predicted cloud computing would reach the heights we’ve seen in 2017 – 79 percent of companies now run workloads in the cloud (split almost evenly between public and private clouds). With the cloud bar constantly being raised, where do we go from here? Here are five predictions for the future of Cloud Computing in 2018. Continue reading 5 Cloud Computing Predictions for 2018

AI technology doesn’t make any assumptions about what ‘bad’ looks like

AI technology doesn’t make any assumptions about what ‘bad’ looks like



Discussions around AI cyber defense have traditionally focused on the ability of advanced machine learning to detect the earliest signs of an unfolding attack, including sophisticated, never-seen-before threats. This real-time threat detection overcomes the shortcomings of legacy tools and cuts through the noise in live, complex networks to accurately identify threatening anomalies, including ‘unknown unknowns’.

But while the capability to identify the entire spectrum of threats in their nascent stages before a problem becomes a crisis is incredibly powerful in its own right, it also serves as a fundamental enabler for autonomous response measures, which truly deliver on the promise of artificial intelligence in cyber defense. Continue reading AI technology doesn’t make any assumptions about what ‘bad’ looks like

IRONSCALES Secures $6.5 Million to Automate Email Phishing



IRONSCALES Secures $6.5 Million to Automate Email Phishing

IRONSCALES, the world’s first automated phishing prevention, detection and response provider, today announced that it has secured a $6.5 million Series A, led by K1 Investment Management, LLC, with participation from existing investor RDC. On the cusp of its third consecutive year of triple digit revenue growth, IRONSCALES will use the capital investment to accelerate its channel partner program, expand its global sales team and expedite research and development for its machine learning threat detection, incident response and intelligence sharing technologies. IRONSCALES, which was recently featured by Momentum Partners as one of the top 10 cybersecurity companies to watch in Q3 2017, has now raised more than $8 million since 2015. Continue reading IRONSCALES Secures $6.5 Million to Automate Email Phishing