PKWARE partners with Digital Pathways to further UK expansion

LONDON, July 18, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — PKWARE, a global leader in data security, and UK-based Digital Pathways, have announced a new value added partnership.

Digital Pathways, established in 1997, specialises in data protection and cyber security. The company works with some of the world’s leading companies to ensure the safety of their data and their compliance with applicable regulations.

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How to make your email secure

Cybercriminals are intercepting emails between companies and their clients, deceiving customers out of life-changing sums of money and severely damaging the reputation of the organisation.

Targeted companies range from solicitors and conveyancers, to builders and traders.

In January this year, a charity worker buying his first home had his £67,000 life savings stolen after fraudsters hacked into emails sent between him and his conveyancing solicitor. Last year a London couple transferred over £25,000 to a fraudster posing as their builder after receiving a genuine-looking invoice, for an amount they were expecting, from a copycat email address. Read more

Information Security and the Legal Sector

Safeguarding their interests against cyber-attacks should be top priority for law firms.

Financial loss is rarely the most detrimental issue for businesses where cyber attacks are concerned. The legal sector is an especially attractive target for cyber criminals due to the wealth of sensitive information held by law firms. a successful cyber-attack has the potential to cause long-term reputational damage, with severe implications for the future of the firm.

Information security is a substantial risk for legal sector. Law firms are an attractive target to cyber criminals due to the vast wealth of personal and private information in their possession. Read more

Are you ready for the General Data Protection Regulations?

Data holding is no longer something an organisation can take lightly, it needs serious thought and processes put in place.

The General Data Protection Regulation is the process by which the European Parliament intends to strengthen and unify data protection for all individuals within the European Union (EU). It also addresses the export of personal data outside of the EU.

The primary objectives of the GDPR are to give control back to citizens and residents over their personal data and to simplify the regulatory environment for international business by unifying the regulation within the EU. It was adopted in April 2016 and applies from May 25, 2018, after a two-year transition period. Unlike a directive, it does not require any enabling legislation to be passed by national governments. Read more

Secure Data Storage in a Cloud-Based Era

Is there an asset more valuable than your company’s data?

The need to keep off-site back-ups, seamlessly collaborate with others, and access data from any location has led to vast amounts of critical data being stored in third-party cloud-based services.

Your confidential data is such as Word documents, PDFs, spreadsheets, emails, contact lists and databases.

With hundreds of thousands of businesses placing these documents in cloud-based services like Dropbox or Microsoft One Drive, is it worth asking how secure they are? Read more