Quinton O'Reilly

Quinton O'Reilly

Ready to go

Ready to go

The best way of dealing with an incident is to prepare thoroughly beforehand and the same principles apply with your GDPR strategy, explains Angela Madden of Rits Information Services

Looking for the value

Looking for the value

Every business wants to get more value out of the data they use and the best way to do so is to align it with your business objectives, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Insuring against the risks

Insuring against the risks

With healthcare becoming more data-driven, insurers like Laya Healthcare have to stay a step ahead of not just risks, but customer expectation, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Blockchain: looking beyond the hype

Blockchain: looking beyond the hype

It’s hard for businesses to see through the hyperbole that surrounds it, but there are real benefits to the technology which the ICS hopes to tap into for its members.

Decrypting crypto with a little help from CoinTrain

Decrypting crypto with a little help from CoinTrain

Cryptocurrency is a subject that baffles a lot of people. Now one firm is hoping to make the concept a lot clearer.

Finding a balance in security

Finding a balance in security

When it comes to creating a secure environment for your business, you have to start somewhere. Doing one small thing can give you the momentum you need, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Mapping the future for construction

Mapping the future for construction

Specialising in the space of contextualising mapping and planning, Esri Ireland works with a significant number of construction companies and authorities

Make sure to let the right one in

Make sure to let the right one in

A good bouncer knows how to keep out known troublemakers, but a great one can spot them before they kick off – and the same is true of your security software, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Stand back for the bigger picture

Stand back for the bigger picture

One way to ensure security is to put together a strategy to help you build a sustainable programme that will manage current threats and allow you to keep up with future, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Go with the data flow and get a handle on GDPR

Go with the data flow and get a handle on GDPR

With the General Data Protection Regulation coming into force in May, having a full understanding of the data flow within your business is important, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Doubling down on security

Doubling down on security

For companies, the aim is to be proactive and have visibility of their business’s processes

Individual errors have to be avoided

Individual errors have to be avoided

Human error can lead to gaps appearing in your company’s security apparatus, so forewarned is forearmed, writes Quinton O’Reilly

Meeting Data subject requirements

Meeting Data subject requirements

As we approach the final parts of the GDPR countdown, meeting data subject requirements is a matter of looking at their rights and working back, explains Angela Madden of Rits Information Services

Leaving the hype behind

Leaving the hype behind

For years, promises of how cloud could transform industries swirled around, but now that the bluster is gone, the industry can focus on meeting its potential. Quinton O’Reilly reports

A healthy balance

A healthy balance

The medical industry has a harder task than most to balance security with accessibility, but in the case of Blackrock Clinic, resilience is in its DNA, writes Quinton O’Reilly