Graham Clarke has over 20 years’ experience working in IT security, covering a range of threat and data protection products. He ran the engineering team responsible for McAfee’s first email appliance and currently runs the team responsible for McAfee’s Data Protection products (DLP, encryption and Database Security).

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Data Security

How to Secure Your Data Everywhere? It’s Easy With Unified Cloud Edge

The need to protect sensitive data has two main drivers, privacy legislation and protection of intellectual property against external breaches and insider threat. 58% of the countries worldwide now have legislation in place; these will become more onerous over time.  Breaches and insider theft of data is a frequently reported ...

Data Security

Google Chrome 68 Changes and Their Impact on Data Protection

Google announced in November last year that they planned to make changes to Chrome to improve stability of their browser, specifically by blocking third party applications from injecting code into Chrome’s processes1.  In July, with the release of Chrome 68, they will start to enforce this. While the logic behind ...

McAfee Labs

KRACKs: Five Observations on WPA Authentication Vulnerability

KRACKs are in the news. McAfee has already discussed these key reinstallation attacks that affect Wi-Fi setups in two posts: “KRACKs Against Wi-Fi Serious But Not End of the World” “How KRACK Threatens Wi-Fi’s Security Underpinnings and What It Means for You” Here are five observations that offer an easy-to-digest ...

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