Banks have long kept security top of mind, using safes with elaborate locks, bars on windows, security guards and surveillance cameras. But today, banks—and the law firms that represent them—need to protect something more important than dollar bills.
When it comes to cybersecurity, education isn’t just a vertical market. It’s a multitude of them—municipal government, retail, entertainment, technology, energy, sanitation, food processing, agriculture, real estate, hospitality, logistics, to name a few.
Formed in 1895, Gaumont is the first and oldest film company in the world. In the past few years, the company’s release schedule has continued to increase across film and television production, in both the French and English languages.
This non-profit health organization began as a single, community-founded hospital in Newport News, Virginia. Since then, it has evolved into a flagship medical center with affiliates throughout the region.
A public college in the Northeastern U.S. found itself at a cybersecurity crossroads. Founded in the 1800s, the liberal arts and sciences school has approximately 7,500 students and 1,400 faculty and staff.
A retirement benefits organization for public employees in the western U.S. wanted more insight into its level of phishing susceptibility, so it began researching options for security awareness training.
Established in 1727, the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is a historic financial institution with a global presence. Headquartered in Edinburgh, RBS and its subsidiaries provide financial products and services for personal, commercial, corporate and institutional customers.
From its beginnings in 1929, OBOS has become the largest Nordic cooperative building association. Today OBOS is owned by its more than 415,000 members. As OBOS continues to grow as an organization, so too does its need for advanced email security and collaboration solutions.
Sparebanken Vest is a large savings bank in Norway, offering banking, insurance and financing solutions. Founded in 1823, the bank aims to strengthen the communities where it operates, support development and become the leading savings bank in Norway. A core element of the bank’s commitment to ex
This enterprise organization is one of the largest mutual life insurance companies in the United States. The organization needed to consolidate its data centers, as it was closing the primary data center that housed the archive.