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Indian airline suffers a ransomware attack
Isabelle Milberg
Ethos Technology
Last week, the SpiceJet airline had to cancel or delay several flights at the last minute due to an attempted ransomware attack. Many customers expressed themselves on social media outlining their disappointment with the company, and after a few hours the reason was disclosed. It was at first unknown if the ransomware resulted in data loss, but on ...
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The importance of protecting your company's data
Isabelle Milberg
Ethos Technology
Before the possibility of storing data on digital storage devices and the cloud, companies were already suffering from the loss of physical files – either through damage or theft. That's why there is a concern to keep data safe. Understand more about why you need to protect your data, especially these days. If you protect your data, you protect you...
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What is the data protection act 2018, and how does it affect you
Isabelle Milberg
Ethos Technology
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the toughest privacy and security law in the world. Though it was drafted and passed by the European Union (EU), it imposes obligations onto organizations anywhere, so long as they target or collect data related to people in the EU. The regulation was put into effect on May 25, 2018. The GDPR will le...
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The Why you can count on Cohesity support
Isabelle Milberg
Ethos Technology
Imagine if you are suddenly no longer able to access your company's system, and you realise that this could be related to a problem with your data storage. You don't know what to do, and you don't even have time to solve it. You just need everything to work again as soon as possible, because otherwise all the work you've been doing in your business...
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Twitter was fined 150 million for selling users data
Isabelle Milberg
Ethos Technology
The social network Twitter was fined $150 million, approximately £119 million, on the charge of illegally selling user data to "help ads".Twitter is accused of violating a 2011 FTC order that explicitly prohibited the company from misrepresenting its privacy and security practices, and, earlier, in 2020, the platform has already been fined for viol...
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