peter-galvin, Author at Security Boulevard
The moat is gone – businesses need a new approach to protect their castles

The moat is gone – businesses need a new approach to protect their castles

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The moat is gone – businesses need a new approach to protect their castles peter-galvin Thu, 10/15/2020 - 09:09 In the days of old, organizations had all of their people and resources in select locations. That enabled businesses to protect their data and devices with perimeter security. Like a moat ... Read More
Prognosen für 2020: Cloud, vernetzte Autos und Medizin sowie Cybersicherheit – das sind die Trends 17. Dezember 2019

Prognosen für 2020: Cloud, vernetzte Autos und Medizin sowie Cybersicherheit – das sind die Trends 17. Dezember 2019

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Prognosen für 2020: Cloud, vernetzte Autos und Medizin sowie Cybersicherheit – das sind die Trends 17. Dezember 2019 peter-galvin Tue, 10/06/2020 - 10:38 Autonomes Fahren. Cloud-Computing. Vernetzte Medizin. Datenschutzverletzungen. Diese Erfindungen, Anwendungsfälle und Herausforderungen sind seit Jahren wichtige technologische Themen. Und in all diesen Bereichen erwarten uns im kommenden Jahr ... Read More
What to do after a breach

What to do after a breach

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What to do after a breach peter-galvin Mon, 06/08/2020 - 23:47 Your organization has been breached. This is the kind of thing that keeps CIOs, CISOs and other data and security types up at night. But you’re not even sure you are actually awake, because this is a real nightmare ... Read More
Cyber Security Excellence Awards 2020

One big month for awards that was years in the making

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One big month for awards that was years in the making peter-galvin Mon, 03/09/2020 - 00:02 We hear a lot about the luck of the Irish in March. As my name suggests, I am onboard with Saint Patrick’s Day celebrations. At the same time, I am still thinking fondly about ... Read More
Americans, data, elections, encryption and the matter of trust

Americans, data, elections, encryption and the matter of trust

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Americans, data, elections, encryption and the matter of trust peter-galvin Mon, 02/24/2020 - 22:30 It was a massive tech fail. A systemic disaster. A debacle. When we hear such words, we tend to assume there’s been yet another cybersecurity breach. This time, however, it was something different. But it didn’t ... Read More
The year of encryption is upon us

The year of encryption is upon us

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The year of encryption is upon us peter-galvin Wed, 01/08/2020 - 22:30 1969 will forever be known as the year humans walked on the moon. Gary Ross Dahl rocked the world again in 1975 with the introduction of the Pet Rock. And MTV celebrated the moon landing and popular culture ... Read More
Have yourself a (secure) little Christmas

Have yourself a (secure) little Christmas

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Have yourself a (secure) little Christmas peter-galvin Fri, 12/20/2019 - 00:10 Ahead of the fevered Christmas shopping season, nCipher Security surveyed consumers in the U.S. and UK about their security perceptions related to connected devices and new technology and gauged their overall levels of trust in various industries – with ... Read More
2020 Predictions: What’s next for the cloud, connected cars and medicine, and cybersecurity

2020 Predictions: What’s next for the cloud, connected cars and medicine, and cybersecurity

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2020 Predictions: What’s next for the cloud, connected cars and medicine, and cybersecurity peter-galvin Wed, 12/04/2019 - 03:30 Autonomous vehicles. Cloud computing. Connected medicine. Data breaches. These inventions, use cases and challenges have been key tech topics for several years now. And all of the above are poised to undergo ... Read More
The evolution of how we think about and approach privacy and security

The evolution of how we think about and approach privacy and security

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The evolution of how we think about and approach privacy and security peter-galvin Wed, 10/16/2019 - 23:11 Lock the door. Shut the windows. Close the blinds. Draw the curtains. Never invite a stranger into the house. These are some of the rules of privacy and security many of us learned ... Read More
What businesses can learn from a classic movie

What businesses can learn from a classic movie

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What businesses can learn from a classic movie peter-galvin Fri, 06/28/2019 - 04:04 They say that if you haven’t got your health, you haven’t got anything. At least that’s what Christopher Guest said in his role as Count Tyrone Rugen in the movie The Princess Bride. While that line is ... Read More