They have trouble modifying their strategy to report within 72 hours. Previous directives from the EU made no specific mention of data breaches, and GDPR now sets a clear directive as to what constitutes a data breach, how the incident is to be reported and the substantial penalties for not complying,” she said. “This has required businesses to reassess their technology and processes to understand their ability to detect, audit and report breaches in compliance with GDPR. Closing these gaps, in many cases, requires the adoption of new technology to ensure that the attack is not only detected, but understood in a way that can explain the magnitude of the breach and the corrective actions to contain it.
Attivo Networks today named security industry veteran Mark Howell as the company’s new Vice President of UK and Ireland operations. A widely respected business development leader specializing in delivering new solutions in European markets, Howell will continue to build out the company’s expanding customer and partner base. Last year, Attivo Networks grew in revenue by more than 300 percent as enterprises continue to invest in deception-based threat detection solutions to battle the escalating number and scale of security breaches and cyberattacks globally.