Do you know what GDPR stands for? A Great Deal of Partner Revenue for IT channel partners like you! (In fact, industry analyst IDC has predicted that GDPR will create a £2.5 billion European market opportunity for security vendors!)
However, we know many of your customers are struggling to relate cyber-security to GDPR, so our new series of GDPR Knowledge Briefs help you position cyber-security at the heart of your customers’ GDPR strategy and steer them to buying decisions that boost your bottom line.
We can customise each of these GDPR Knowledge Briefs with your logo and contact info, to position your brand to your customers and prospects as a source of helpful and authoritative information on GDPR.
Over 120 billion business emails will be sent this year, many harbouring spam, phishing, and malware that can compromise data. This brief discusses why the right email security solution is imperative to stop them falling victim to a GDPR lawsuit.
GDPR: Backup and Disaster Recovery
Businesses need to ensure that if data is lost, compromised, corrupted or deleted it can be quickly and securely recovered: This Brief discusses the best B&DR solutions to render lost data harmless and notify any data breach within 72 hours – a legal requirement
GDPR: Data Protection
Data is the lifeblood of your customers’ businesses – and that’s why cyber-criminals attempt, steal it and hold it to ransom. This Brief explains about the types of data governance and data loss prevention solutions that can help you be GDPR compliant.
GDPR: Application Patching
Cyber-criminals know patching can be a headache to manage – unpatched vulnerabilities in software account for 85% of all attack angles! Use this Brief to show your customers how automatic patching can slash their vulnerability from a breach.