Everton signs Netskope to tackle data security

01 September 2017

Everton FC holds a lot of sensitive data including information on players and their contracts.

Everton FC holds a lot of sensitive data including information on players and their contracts.

Everton FC will use Netskope’s software to protect its confidential cloud data.

By using its Active Platform, the vendor reckons the club now has complete visibility into cloud usage.

It is also said to have given Everton the ability to react immediately to keep data secure, mitigating cloud security risks and reducing regulatory exposure. 

 

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National Theatre prepares for GDPR with cloud security system

18 August 2017

As well as protecting its end users and our data, the theatre needed to take employee behaviour into consideration as part of its IT security strategy.

As well as protecting its end users and our data, the theatre needed to take employee behaviour into consideration as part of its IT security strategy.

London’s National Theatre is using cloud-based technology as part of its IT strategy that is focused on protecting end-users and meeting the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that comes into force next year. 

The theatre as replaced its legacy products with Forcepoint Web Security Cloud for what’s claimed to be “up-to-the-millisecond” threat identification and user behavioural analysis.

By aligning security technology and governance to process and educate users, the IT operations team is helping train and adjust human behaviour through continuous, but not intrusive, technical supervision.

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Leading education institutions adopt Jisc’s Vulnerability Assessment Service to manage cyber attack risks

11 August 2017

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Using VAS, institutions of all sizes can detect and manage weaknesses in their network infrastructures.

Jisc – the provider of digital solutions for UK education and research establishments – says several “leading” institutions have now adopted its Vulnerability Assessment Service (VAS) since the framework was launched in April 2016. 

The service is designed to enable institutions of all sizes to detect and manage weaknesses in their infrastructures including servers, endpoints, network and perimeter security equipment. 

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Lincolnshire healthcare organisations save over £100,000 annually with secure access upgrade

11 August 2017

The new unified remote access service serves more than 2,000 users at 111 sites spread across the county.

The new unified remote access service serves more than 2,000 users at 111 sites spread across the county.

All of the NHS operating groups in Lincolnshire have moved from an expensive legacy remote access solution to a new platform provided by ANSecurity.

It’s claimed the migration has “dramatically” reduced licencing costs, improved access to more sites across a wider range of devices, and simplified management requirements.

The transformational implementation in late 2016 was delivered by ANSecurity for United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust as a multi-phase project to redesign parts of its core infrastructure to improve the flexibility of its secure remote access and reduce costs. 

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