Daren Glenister

What is Article 33? GDPR: High-Stakes and Limited Time to Prepare

By Daren Glenister | February 22, 2018

Article 33 and the GDPR With the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming into force in nearly three months’ time, you’d think most enterprises in the European Union (EU) would be prepared – especially considering the steep penalties in place

Data Privacy Day (Cue The Parade)!

By Daren Glenister | January 23, 2018

Data Privacy Day On Sunday, January 28, the United States, Canada, India and 47 European countries will celebrate Data Privacy Day, an international day established to raise awareness of the importance of data protection and to promote privacy and data

5 Technology Wishes for the New Year: Ending the debate around cloud v. on-premise

By Daren Glenister | January 2, 2018

5 Technology Wishes for the New Year In the spirit of all that’s holly and jolly, I’m sharing my top five cloud industry-related wishes for 2018: Wish #1: That GDPR will be as anticlimactic as Y2K With all the hype

5 Predictions for Data in the Cloud and Cloud Platforms

By Daren Glenister | November 29, 2017

5 Predictions for Data in the Cloud 2017 has proven to be a big year for migrating data to the cloud and cloud platforms: from Google to Microsoft and IBM to Oracle, enterprise organizations have recognized the importance of migrating

Insight PaaS – Necessary or Just Hype?

By Daren Glenister | October 31, 2017

Insight PaaS: A Primer A recent report from Forrester predicts that Platform as a Service (PaaS) will soon be the primary way to move big data to the public cloud, as on-premise will no longer be an option. While this

Using Cloud Analytics To Improve Customer Experience

By Daren Glenister | September 20, 2017

Evolution of Cloud Analytics Moving data to the cloud, once considered a strenuous task, has now become commonplace in most industries. Originally, this migration started as organizations looked to speed up the time needed to deploy applications or services –

International Data Privacy Laws: Consistently Inconsistent

By Daren Glenister | July 24, 2017

International Data Privacy Laws Many multinational enterprises are faced with a plethora of restrictions and regulations both in their home countries and in the countries where they conduct business. While some of these laws are similar, many are not, which

Turn to the Cloud as Part of Your Data Breach Strategy

By Daren Glenister | June 13, 2017

Data Breach Strategy The latest Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report is out, and the verdict is in: data breaches are on the rise. While the news shouldn’t surprise anyone, there are some actionable insights to help improve cybersecurity organizational approaches

Countdown to GDPR: Preparing for Global Data Privacy Reform

By Daren Glenister | May 17, 2017

Preparing for Global Data Privacy Reform Multinational businesses who aren’t up to speed on the regulatory requirements of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) are in for a rude awakening when 2018 rolls around. It’s not enough for

The Good, Bad, and Downright Ugly Takeaways from WikiLeaks’ Vault 7

By Daren Glenister | May 1, 2017

WikiLeaks’ Vault 7 If you haven’t heard of the Vault 7 WikiLeaks data dump, you’ve probably been living under a rock. The leak unveiled new, yet unsurprising, classified material from the CIA; allegedly sharing information on the U.S. agency’s hacking