Posts by Andy Heather

Andy has over 25 years of IT experience in sales, sales management, engineering, and professional services.  At HP Andy was responsible for leading the EMEA sales organization for HP Data security  Previously Andy was VP Sales for EMEA at Voltage Security and has held a number of senior sales management roles at Tripwire, Affiniti, Opsware, NetApp, Sun Microsystems, IBM and HP

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National Cyber Security Centre Opens: Why UK Firms Need to Rethink IAM

By , February 15, 2017

Today the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) opened to great fanfare. But it will have its work cut out to fulfil its mission of making the UK “the safest place to live and work online.” UK organisations of all shapes and sizes are under continual attack – whether from state-sponsored spies, hacktivists or financially motivated cyber gangs. So this is a great chance to marshal our response and make sure we are all able to take advantage of what NCSC boss Ciaran Martin has called a “new era of online opportunity.” Organisations should use the occasion to revisit and reinvigorate…

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Black Friday & Cyber Monday – Who’s Getting the Best Steal?

By , November 28, 2016

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Well, almost! With Christmas just a matter of weeks away, millions of people worldwide have commenced their Christmas shopping and are preparing for the festive season. Whilst Christmas gives us the perfect excuse to splash out on gifts, there’s no doubt that we are all looking to bag ourselves some bargains, and Black Friday and Cyber Monday will certainly have you itching to whip out your credit card. The hype surrounding Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping deals has certainly intensified over the years, and shoppers both in store and online are…

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Why is Single Sign-on for Mobile Applications Important?

By , November 2, 2016

The Growing Threat of Mobile Malware The world’s projected population by 2020 is 7.8 billion people. By 2020, the expectation is that the population will have 11.6 billion mobile-connected devices, more than 1 device per person. As a result, mobile malware is becoming an increasing threat as cybercriminals seize the opportunity to access personal information for monetary gain and damage to both personal and business reputation. The proliferation of mobile devices has meant that mobile security risks are growing by the day, and businesses are recognising the increased threats they present to sensitive information as more and more companies allow…