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SafeNet is now Gemalto
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Software localization increases your market around the world. In his latest blog post, Lukas Herbst looks at some things you should be aware of before starting.

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In his latest blog post for Help Net Security, Gemalto's Jason Hart discusses five key considerations that should be made when compiling security policies for the digital world

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Register now for our free webinar on November 9th, where we look at the major data breach trends in 2016, who is doing the hacking, how they are doing it, what needs to be protected in the IoT era and what data is under attack. In addition, listeners can get a new understanding of how to approach data security and “Secure the Breach”.

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Yesterday, the UK Government unveiled a new cyber security strategy, with a range of measures aimed at making the UK the safest place to do business. See how the industry has reacted to the announcement, including comment from Gemalto CTO Jason Hart.

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New on the Gemalto blog from Jennifer Dean. The Mirai DDoS Attack & IoT Weaknesses, are you in danger?

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In his latest post for IDG's Network World, Gemalto's Jason Hart discusses how organizations need to move from a breach prevention to a breach acceptance mindset, as well as investing in the technologies that help to protect their most sensitive information.

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“Since the internet was created, data has been at the heart of it. However, as our use of the internet and the value of this data has grown, so too has the risk of it being stolen or lost. Businesses have focused on protecting their perimeters, leaving data exposed. In the future, businesses won’t just have to protect against theft, but also manipulation of the data that is so valuable to them. As we celebrate Internet Day, we need to remember that the internet has created many opportunities, but with it has brought the potential for criminals to prosper. To stop this, we need to ensure that our focus is always on protecting the most valuable thing, data.”

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Can the world wide web survive the internet of things? It’s a question many are asking after last week's attack on US and European internet structure.

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In an interview with Bloomberg BNA, a senior official from the UK Information Commissioner's Office says that UK businesses are caught in a confusing place, between upcoming EU regulation and Brexit.

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Gemalto’s SafeNet suite of Authentication applications has been awarded the status of Citrix Ready. Find out more:
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