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  • FinalCode Adds Singapore Office, Key Channel Leader

    Channel PartnersCraig Galbraith|May 10, 2016

    “…opening a new regional headquarters in Singapore… the result of the continued success FinalCode is experiencing… allows any business to persistently protect sensitive files, both inside and outside the business… available as software as a service (SaaS) or as a virtual appliance.”

  • UAE InvestBank ‘hack’ looks like stale, recycled data from last year

    The RegisterJohn Leyden|May 10, 2016

    “The compromised data (fresh or not) can be abused by hackers to put together more sophisticated scams. Financial services firms, like in other regulated industries, need to expand their data defence portfolios… securing files that may be exposed due to inadvertent emails, lost portable storage devices or unauthorised sharing.”

  • Google Employee Data Exposed by Third-Party Vendor

    SecurityWeekEd Kovacs|May 10, 2016

    “…benefits manager who received the employee information. This minor Google breach serves as a cautionary tale that sensitive information can be taken with malicious intent?or in this case?sent by accident. Once unencrypted data is out there, it’s out there. Organizations should foresee this occurring and apply file security and policies beforehand.”

  • Protecting data wherever it lives

    GCNMaria Korolov|May 5, 2016

    “Each government agency has some leeway about how it implements encryption to address its own data security risks…Certain agencies, such as defense and intelligence, require stronger encryption, like the use of Suite B algorithms, and they are exploring the use of quantum-safe crypto technologies.”

  • Hackers Breach Goldcorp, Lifeboat, Qatar National Bank

    eSecurity PlanetJeff Goldman|May 4, 2016

    “Hackers recently published 1.5 GB of documents, including customers’ bank details, birthdates and phone numbers, that they claimed were stolen from the Qatar National Bank (QNB), Reuters reports… it is imperative to consider the grave consequences of data leakage as confidential files are shared.”

  • Info of Qatar National Bank customers, Al Jazeera staff, others, leaked online

    Help Net SecurityZeljka Zorz|Apr 27, 2016

    “The interdependencies between banks, industry, government agencies and private citizens make it imperative to consider the grave consequences of data leakage, inadvertently or subversively, especially as confidential files are often shared between different entities…Financial services firms, like in other regulated industries, need to expand their data defense portfolios beyond that of thwarting hackers and monitoring for insider threats to securing files.”

  • Qatar Bank Hack Exposes ‘MI6 Spies’

    InfosecurityPhil Muncaster |Apr 27, 2016

    “Files may be exposed due to inadvertent emails, lost portable storage devices or unauthorized sharing… ?the best approach to prevent file data leakage is through the use of strong encryption and usage control.”

  • Don’t Let Tax Procrastinators Become Prey for Hungry Hackers

    Accounting TechnologyScott Gordon|Apr 22, 2016

    “Enable business by showing your clients enhanced data protection capabilities. New persistent file security tools make it possible to keep your customers’ trust and preserve your reputation, even during the tax extension rush. Financial services firms need solutions that not only thwart hackers and insider threats, but also protect information in the event files are exposed by inadvertent emails, lost portable storage devices or undocumented transfers.”

  • Don’t Let Your Extension Filers Fall Prey to Hackers

    AccountingWebScott Gordon|Apr 22, 2016

    “The majority of tax extension documents will be sent around internally between accountants ? and externally for their clients’ review ? likely over insecure email servers… Financial services firms need solutions that not only thwart hackers and insider threats, but also protect information in the event files are exposed… secure sensitive files through strong encryption and usage control.”

  • Our Review of FinalCode 5.0: A Persistent File Security Solution

    Computer Technology ReviewLogan Harbaugh|Apr 16, 2016

    “I found FinalCode to be an excellent addition to the data security framework for most companies. It is fully capable of managing file access and usage rights for both internal and external users, with a small footprint for the client, and comprehensive management capabilities… Rating Overall: 5.”

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