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Read up on the latest industry trends, stories from the Kordia community, the success of our partners and, occasionally, our own news.

Cyber security: why responsibility should also fall on Risk Officers

14/11/2019, 2:53:59 PM | By Esmee O'Brien

 

One of the main issues with cyber security is that everyone likes to think it is the responsibility of the IT department. However, with cyber-attacks continuing to increase in both frequency and complexity – and with technology not necessarily being a key deciding factor of whether or not a business is breached – it seems obvious that it should also be a matter for the Risk Officer. Whether or not that’s the case right now, however, remains an open question, but it’s time that we start moving in this direction.

Kordia appoints dedicated Chief Information Security Officer

6/11/2019, 1:47:03 PM | By Media Release

 

Kordia enhances customer connectivity with Microsoft Azure Peering Service

5/11/2019, 1:42:16 PM | By Media Release

 

As part of its goal to provide the best connectivity for its customers, Kordia has announced that it is now providing its customers with access to the Microsoft Azure Peering Service, one of the first service providers globally to do so.

Bringing Voice to Teams – An IT Manager’s Perspective

30/10/2019, 9:15:33 AM | By Simon Turner, Head of Hosting Architecture and Design at Kordia

 

Looking at rolling out Microsoft Teams across your business? Already rolled it out for chat and document collaboration and wondering if it’s the right solution for your telephony and/or AV meeting requirements too?

Cyber threats: why it’s all about the response

21/10/2019, 11:46:05 AM | By Bruce Cochrane, CISO & Head of Security Design and Operations at Kordia

 

Are you responsible for your company’s information security? Then you probably share my worst nightmare, which is being hit by a major event and then botching the response. This isn’t an irrational fear either, as many companies have suffered dire consequences not because they suffered a cyber-attack, but because they didn’t handle it appropriately.

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