With budgets being mandated by the Department of Education, IT administration has seen cuts over the last two years. With fewer hands to manage the same workload, and cyber threats increasing in volume, KVUC needed to find IT solutions and new work processes to optimise the department.
Decens has deployed BlackFog to their customers to provide comprehensive privacy and data security. Once they saw the unauthorized exfiltration of their data it highlighted a critical new problem.
We have seen major data breaches from many large organizations including Cognizant and GoDaddy and perhaps surprisingly, some repeat offenders such as Marriott who recently announced they suffered another breach affecting 5.2 million guests.
Since BlackFog has been installed X-ray & IT Danmark have seen almost nothing in the way of cyber threats and patient data is now secured and protected using BlackFog's on-device security.
BlackFog today announced a distribution agreement with CIPS Informatica, a leading Italian distribution partner to resell its privacy and cybersecurity solution.
Cybercrime is a lucrative business and the financial industry is under relentless attack from hackers. Cybersecurity attacks continue to grow in both sophistication and frequency as financial services firms become increasingly reliant on customer data and technology to run their businesses. Staying one step ahead of cyber criminals is critical.
Every day we read about cyberattacks and data breaches affecting organizations trusted with our personal information. Yet most us don’t even consider the security of our mobile devices, leaving us increasingly vulnerable to cyberattacks. We discuss the different types of attacks that can affect our mobile devices.
CYANIT has found BlackFog to be the missing cog in the security wheel and the only solution that is blocking outbound traffic. While still early in the deployment phase, BlackFog is already blocking around 3000 threats each month.
After Tømmergaarden started running BlackFog they noticed that the antivirus reports had zero issues with employees clicking on malicious links because BlackFog was blocking the threats before they even got to the devices.
Every day we sacrifice our data privacy just to use technology. Knowingly sacrificing data is one thing, but what about the unauthorized data that is constantly being exfiltrated from our devices?