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IT Security Solutions & Digital Data Protection
Security and Data Protection for the Digital World
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Business Laptop Security Solutions Straight Off the Shelf
Protect Your Network, Devices and Data from Cyber Threats
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Business Cyber Security Threats eBook
An ominous headline in the L.A. Times proclaims, “2016 is shaping up as the year of Ransomware – and the FBI isn’t helping.”
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Computer Hardware Security eBook: Defending Against Physical Threats
In this eGuide, we’ll look at physical security threats to which every computer – whether desktop PC, laptop or tablet – is vulnerable, and show you how to guard against them.
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Security–Protecting your priceless data
At Think we take security seriously, which is why our products have been the choice for the corporate market year after year.
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Guarding the Gates: Best Practice Guide
News reports sound regular alarms about massive data breaches in which millions of people’s personal and financial data is captured in a single online attack.
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Secure Bluetooth Lock: Keeping Your ThinkCenter Safe
Automatically prevent unauthorized access to your data
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Whitepaper: Business Implications of GDPR and the Role of Technology
While data privacy regulation is hardly a new concept for the 21st century, the adoption of EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a watershed event as it marks a seismic shift in the way data controllers and data processors handle personal dat
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Infographic: Unsafe Devices can be Detrimental to Your Business
Digitization is making data generation and accessibility easy for everyone. With strict regulatory policies around the globe, securing organizational data is more than just another technology investment.
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Laptop Security: Better Secure Than Sorry
Get all round device protection with Lenovo.
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Business Innovation Through Disruption: User Managed Access (UMA)
Eve Maler is perhaps best known as the co-creator of XML.