Why “The Voice” should exist for technology reviews

We were at a family event recently. My husband was telling some friends about some wisdom I  gave our son when he had just started dating. I don’t remember saying this, but it sounds like …

Ransomware Takes Center Stage

Ransomware takes center stage at the RSA Conference

Last week, I attended, presented, and hosted a series of sessions at the annual RSA Conference in San Francisco. Attendees were treated to scary stories about new threats, attack mechanisms, and dangerous technologies causing headaches …

Close your mouth; open your ears: The best way to win hearts and minds on data security

Back in September, I was at a DataGravity board meeting when I got a text message asking me to join a call with a prospect – a company that had taken us up on our …

When an “easy button” doesn’t exist: How to repair ransomware damage

Let’s be clear: there is no “easy” button when it comes to recovering from ransomware. If you’ve already gone through the first two phases of your recovery plan, your company is lucky to have you …

We have your data: how to fight ransomware

Of all the cybersecurity threats out there, one consistently strikes a nerve: ransomware. Maybe it’s because being held for ransom is so personal, or perhaps it’s the fact that you’re totally frozen out of your …

Do you know where your sensitive data lives?

One of the biggest challenges organizations face today in trying to secure their IT environments is a lack of data awareness. Despite all the recent high-profile hacker attacks against well-known enterprises, many companies simply don’t …