Quinton O'Reilly

Quinton O'Reilly

Treat your data like your children

Treat your data like your children

The same care you would give to your kids should apply to your company’s data, says Conor Flynn of ISAS

Simplicity saves the day when it comes to business security

Simplicity saves the day when it comes to business security

As more functions and features are added to security services, the new challenge is making sure businesses find it as easy as flicking a switch, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Being forensics-ready can  make a major difference

Being forensics-ready can make a major difference

Information governance might not be a well-known term, but it will be vital for businesses over the next two years, especially for forensics

Creating the next level of protection

Creating the next level of protection

Bitdefender has been a major player in the security vendor market and its newest release will put it at the forefront, writes Quinton O’Reilly

It’s the little things that improve security

It’s the little things that improve security

You can’t prevent everything, but a proper security framework will go a long way towards making your company safe

Plugging the gap in security

Plugging the gap in security

The culture you place in a company will determine just how good it is at preventing and dealing with threats, says Ergo’s Colin Keenan

When it comes to security, culture is key

When it comes to security, culture is key

Security threats may come and go, but the core to good security will always be people, according to Angela Madden, managing director of Rits Information Security

Permission management is a major challenge for a range of organisations

Permission management is a major challenge for a range of organisations

Dealing with permission creep, where employees accumulate data permissions over time, can be easily overlooked by companies, writes Quinton O’Reilly

To be on the same page, speak the same language

To be on the same page, speak the same language

Many businesses tend to get bogged down by IT speak, so the solution is to change it to business speak, explains Dr Sandra Bell of Sungard Availability Services

Ddos A Major  Problem For Companies

Ddos A Major Problem For Companies

Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks are only going to increase in frequency, and businesses may find themselves more exposed than ever, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Building the backup for a successful website

Building the backup for a successful website

On the surface, MicksGarage.com looks like a simple business that anyone could design, but it hides a vastly complex system that has faced and overcome a number of challenges, writes Quinton O’Reilly

The 360 degrees of customer relationship management

The 360 degrees of customer relationship management

When choosing a CRM service, you would be forgiven for thinking the only focus a business should ...

People power is key to ransomware prevention

People power is key to ransomware prevention

As threats looms large over companies, the difference between being infected and staying safe lies on the people within them