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Tech Data Breaks Cylance on Blackberry

Posted by Dan Steel on Mar 3, 2021 11:46:24 AM

In 2020, weve seen the rate of digitalisation accelerate faster than any year in history. This acceleration has come with implications for organisations and their cybersecurity posture. Today, organisations have a much more hybrid workforce than they did at the start of 2020. This has resulted in a dramatic shift in organisations looking at how they maximise productivity with teams working from home and the workplace. In addition, there is a big focus on making those workspaces (offices, factories, retail, etc.) safe spaces for those who occupy them.  Technology is playing a major role in both these considerations. Wrapped around this, is the really important issue of cybersecurity. We often describe cybersecurity as the catalyst for innovation, because if you cant get the security right, often the innovation cant be implemented.

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Topics: Cybersecurity, Cybersecurity Threats, Digitalisation, BlackBerry Solutions, Cylance

Lawrence Roberts interviews Tech Data’s David Ellis and Meg Hargrove to explore how partners can help their customers protect attack surfaces from cyber attacks

Posted by Lawrence Roberts on Feb 15, 2021 11:08:55 AM

Question: What we mean by an attack surface?

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Topics: Cybersecurity, Partners, Cyber Attacks, IT, Organizational Data, Attack Surface

Tech Data Switches the Lights on to Carbon Black

Posted by Dan Steel on Jul 27, 2020 10:04:22 AM

Tech Data’s European Security Vendor Manager - Dan Steel explains why the company has added VMware Carbon Black to its cybersecurity portfolio in Europe.

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Topics: Cybersecurity, VMware, Endpoint Security

Securing the Cloud

Posted by Bart Van Moorsel on Jul 1, 2019 4:11:06 AM

What is the Cloud all about?

IT today sounds a bit like the weather forecast, you keep on hearing about the Cloud. Although everything seems to have its sunny and rainy days, the cloud we will discuss today has nothing to do with the weather. The Cloud in IT terms stands for the assets you use over the internet. So for a users’ point of view they are ‘somewhere out there’. And out there is referred to somewhere in the sky, we cannot touch or see the systems that are involved.

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Topics: Cybersecurity, Cloud Security, Cloud Solutions

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