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10 ways software can help with customer communications

Aug 28, 2014 17:00 BST Neopost Everyone knows the benefits of mailing equipment like franking machines and folder-inserters. Less well known is the impact that mailing software can have on the processing of both inbound and outbound mail. Here are 10 ways in which mailing software can help you streamline the production, distribution and management of outbound customer communications.

USM. More than it SIEMs

Aug 28, 2014 12:02 BST InfosecPartners In a report titled "The Real Cost of Security", 451 Research highlighted the challenges CFOs face when weighing up investments in Security Technology and Staff. With many traditional point products typically overpriced, overly complex and difficult to integrate, the concept of Unified Security Management makes a lot of sense for anyone concerned with ROI as well as effective security.

Make sure your marketing communications are clear and consistent

Aug 19, 2014 17:27 BST Neopost For many SMEs, understanding the importance of your brand within marketing communications can seem like a difficult concept to get your head around.

Help keep your cross channel marketing personal with Neopost

Aug 14, 2014 16:37 BST Neopost Personalised marketing communications are continuing to shape the way businesses interact with their customers – and no matter the size of your business or market sector, failing to tailor everything from promotional emails to a monthly newsletter risks leaving customers in the cold.

Take control of your communications

Aug 07, 2014 15:48 BST Neopost In a world where smart, effective and personalised cross channel communications are everything, it’s vital that your business is able to stay in full control of its marketing material. That’s why over the coming days, here at Neopost we’re offering practical advice to help you stay on top of your customer communications.

Your Web Applications are Dangerous

Aug 05, 2014 11:17 BST InfosecPartners Your Web Applications are likely to be a danger to your Organisation, unless you already have a Web Application Firewall (WAF). The SANS institute (http://www.sans.org) tells us that attacks against web applications constitute more than 60% of the total attack attempts observed on the Internet, and it's the increased number of custom-built Web Applications that are targeted.

USM. It's SIEM, SIEM but different.

Aug 04, 2014 10:30 BST InfosecPartners Traditionally, the implementation of Security Information and Event Management solutions were limited to organisatons in the Large Enterprise bracket. Only these types of organisation could afford to procure SIEM solutions and have a large staff to manage it, as well as the other appliances that the traditional SIEM needs to be effective. But Unified Security Management by AlienVault changes that.

A Patch In Time Saves Nine

Aug 01, 2014 10:00 BST InfosecPartners “A stitch in time saves nine”. An old English proverb with its first written reference in the early 18th Century although its origin is likely to be much earlier. 300 years later, and it's meaning still rings true, especially in the digital age, when applied to Vulnerability Intelligence and Patch Management. Infosec Partners outlines 9 points that your organisation may still need to consider.

The only Visionary in the 2014 Gartner MQ for SIEM.

Jul 30, 2014 12:30 BST InfosecPartners At the start of this month, July, the 2014 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Security Information and Event Management was released.That AlienVault again cements its position as the sole resident of the Visionary Quadrant for the second year running is extraordinary, given both the raft of vendors present there in the 2012 MQ and with the pace of development the Security Industry has witnessed.

Infosec Partners in The Guardian

Jul 24, 2014 09:34 BST InfosecPartners On Monday 14th July, an article was published in The Guardian, a leading British newspaper, titled "How to promote data security in the workplace? A roundtable report". Covering a roundtable with some of the online security sector's leading figures, including Infosec Partners' very own Mark Oakton, the roundtable discussed Security, Big Data and the developing role of the IT executive.