Zettaset Blog

  • October 18, 2017
    by Ramona Carr, Cybersecurity Blogger

    What is Data Theft? And How Do I Prevent It?

    As technology and society become increasingly intertwined, your private data will eventually be in the hands of a greater number of organizations. This has significant advantages in terms of convenience and productivity. But it also means that the likelihood of sensitive information being stolen …

  • October 11, 2017
    by Ramona Carr, Cybersecurity Blogger

    Data Breach Accountability and Responsibility: Who Gets Blamed for Data Breaches?

    It seems like every other week there are headlines about another major company suffering a massive data breach, exposing the personal information of millions of users. One of the more recent examples—and arguably the most devastating—is the massive Equifax data breach.
    Analysts estimate this breach …

  • September 20, 2017
    by Ramona Carr, Cybersecurity Blogger

    Security Vulnerability Advice: Securing Big Data

    Big data has revolutionized the way companies do business. It has also impacted day-to-day enterprise security concerns. As big data and big data warehouses become more universally adopted, the threat of this information getting into the wrong hands is increasing. With large big data stores …

  • September 6, 2017
    by Ramona Carr, Cybersecurity Blogger

    Why Healthcare Data Protection Needs to Include Encryption

    Since the government has implemented more regulations enforcing the privacy and protection of healthcare records, the healthcare industry has been forced to more fully address healthcare data protection and security. Although regulations do not specifically require data encryption, many healthcare organizations are using it …

  • June 8, 2017
    by John Armstrong, Chief Marketing Officer | LinkedIn

    AWS Encryption Keys Compromised in OneLogin Data Breach

    Cloud-based Single Sign-on Services Exposed as Single Point of Failure
    There is always, of course, a slight irony when companies focused on providing security for their customers suffer a data breach. On May 31, OneLogin, a San Francisco-based company that allows users to …

  • May 31, 2017
    by John Armstrong, Chief Marketing Officer | LinkedIn

    Using Zettaset to Protect Redis Data Stores While Maintaining Fast Performance

    by Leena Joshi, VP Product Marketing – Redis Labs and John Armstrong, Chief Marketing Officer – Zettaset
    New open source software applications have revolutionized technology stacks around the world. From Linux to Mozilla, the developer community has given birth to many innovative concepts. …

  • April 28, 2017
    by John Armstrong, Chief Marketing Officer | LinkedIn

    Spring Delivers April Shower of Cyber Security Breaches

    The pace of corporate and government data breaches continues to pick up as the year progresses. April has been a particularly active month.
    On April 6, the IRS revealed that up to 100,000 taxpayers may have had their personal information stolen …

  • March 13, 2017
    by John Armstrong, Chief Marketing Officer | LinkedIn

    Why Healthcare is a Prime Target for Cybercriminals

    As someone deeply involved in the data security business, I am often asked why the healthcare industry seems to have suffered through a series of high-profile breaches over the past few years. A recently released research paper sponsored by Trend Micro provides some …

  • February 22, 2017
    by John Armstrong, Chief Marketing Officer | LinkedIn

    Shouldn’t Have Happened: Big Blue’s Big Blunder

    Since we announced the new Zettaset XCrypt Cloud Encryption Gateway, we have been reaching out to every prospect, customer, and partner to extoll the virtues of maintaining exclusive control of your encryption keys. After all, you wouldn’t just hand over the keys to …

  • January 23, 2017
    by John Armstrong, Chief Marketing Officer | LinkedIn

    2016: A Banner Year for Data Breaches

    According to a report from the Identity Theft Resource Center, U.S. companies and government agencies suffered a record 1,093 data breaches in 2016, a 40 percent increase from the previous year. Despite its thoroughness, this report probably does not fully represent the extent …

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