Enterprise Content Management

Microsoft has announced a series of enhancements to Priva, its platform for identifying personal data and critical privacy risks in M365, including closer integration with Purview Compliance Manager.

New Zealand's Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT NZ) has joined with the country’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), the first step in creating a lead operational cyber security agency, similar to those in Australia, the UK, and Canada.

Britain’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has warned that organisations should be wary of integrating artificial intelligence-driven chatbots into their businesses due to potential security risks.

Malicious code is becoming increasingly common to find, both for traditional IT software as well as for OT, IoT and other embedded and unmanaged devices. Malicious actors are targeting public exploit proofs-of-concept (PoCs), typically porting them into something more useful or less detectable by adding payloads, packaging them into a malware module or rewriting them to run in other execution environments.

Chief Data Officers across Australia’s public sector face significant challenges in implementing new and innovative data strategies within their organisations due to a lack of internal appreciation, according to new research from Qlik.

Microsoft has announced new capabilities in Purview Data Loss Prevention, including (OCR) in Exchange Online and Teams.

iManage has launched a new AI engine built natively into its knowledge work cloud platform. The core of the new iManage AI solution is a document classification and enrichment engine that improves knowledge search and content workflows on the iManage platform.

OpenText has announced the expansion of its partnership with Google Cloud, a move aimed at facilitating AI-powered integrations designed to enhance organizations' utilization of their data stored on Google Cloud for competitive advantage.

The UK Electoral Commission is grappling with severe criticism over its belated acknowledgment of a sweeping cyber intrusion that laid bare confidential information linked to 40 million voters.

The digital landscape has evolved rapidly over the past decade, with Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications becoming the cornerstone of modern business operations. However, as businesses embrace this digital transformation, a new report by Spin.AI sheds light on the often-overlooked security risks associated with browser extensions in the ever-expanding SaaS ecosystem.