Digital transformation is one of the themes of business moments. All the organizations intend to adopt systems that allow them to modernize their processes and a consequent improvement of the results. However, one of the issues that most worries managers in this area is the possible lack of security that a business modernization can bring. However, it is possible to modernize your business without compromising security. Let’s know how in this article!
The process of adapting the General Regulation on Data Protection (GDPR) to the Portuguese reality has not been easy. Although the European diploma has been in force since May 25, 2018, there are still many companies that fail to meet all the standards associated with the new legislation. The National Comission of Data Protection has passed fines to defaulters and it is urgent that companies work to comply with all the obligations that exist in the law. In today’s article, we present 7 tips for rapid adaptation to GDPR!
Companies increasingly protect their most sensitive information, but most of them do not take the same care in test and development environments. In the last decade, there has been a major shift in the way companies deal with their data. Many companies now copy their production databases with real-world data into certification environments, which makes it possible to work with test environments that are all similar to the production environment. The problem is that the development environment does not have the same level of security as the production environment. There is also the problem of using outside companies to work in these environments, leaving data even more vulnerable. Thus, it is critical to protect the test environments and it is on the main security pillars of this area that this article focuses!
Computer attacks are a problem for businesses. Cybercrime is on the agenda and businesses need to prepare to avoid these crimes, as information security is increasingly a priority in modern organizations. In such a digital age and where the threats are more than many, how can companies avoid and respond to a computer attack?