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James Coleman
EMEA Sales Manager at GMO GlobalSign, supplying partners with all their digital certificate needs and beyond
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James Coleman 9h
The process of detecting, triaging, investigating, and containing a cyber incident takes organizations globally on average nearly 7 days of working around the clock (totaling 162 hours), with an average of 31 hours to contain a  incident:
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James Coleman 10h
Download the complimentary  and discover five ways  unleash the power of the .    
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James Coleman 10h
A infection yesterday took down systems and websites managed by the state government, Governor John Bel Edwards revealed in a series of tweets.
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Dawn Illing 13h
organisations are also more prone to attacks than other industries because they persist at managing through breaches reactively and not proactively.
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James Coleman Nov 19
The stand looks great, you guys are going to be busy :)
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Optomany Nov 18
We're nearly ready for 2019. Come and see us on stand C180 to find out more about how our solutions could help your business. We hope to see you there!
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GlobalSign Nov 17
After the news about Google Docs being used for a scam, learn how to spot a fake email >
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GlobalSign Nov 16
Google now requires all certificates logged in a Certificate Transparency log. Find out more about CT logs here >
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Arnaud Vanderroost Nov 13
Second day at ; make sure to pass by and meet the team. They'll gladly answer your questions and help you in your . Last day, last chance! Hope to see you at our booth.
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Optomany Nov 13
Want to empower staff to take fast, simple & secure payments wherever the customer is via whatever method they wish? Talk to us at next week: Stand C180
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Optomany Nov 11
Make sure you check out our latest payment device which has a colour touchscreen & highly intuitive app-based experience - visit at stand C180 at
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Optomany Nov 9
. is a great partner of ours who shares our commitment to . we are proud to work closely with them to help enable donations within football clubs.
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James Coleman Nov 8
Only 47% of professionals have a plan in place to deal with attacks on their  devices & equipment, despite that fact that 9 out of 10 express concerns over future threats, according to International Council research.
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James Coleman Nov 8
The estimated current workforce is 2.8 million professionals, while the amount of additional trained staff needed to close the skills gap is 4.07 million professionals, according to :
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Optomany Nov 6
Your payments structure needs to be at the heart of every project. Find out more from at this month, stand C180
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Dean Metcalfe Nov 6
I will be there, stop by for a catch up 👋
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Optomany Nov 6
Doors open soon!! If you're attending today head to stand FR322 where our partner will be showcasing their new HavenPay platform as well as the solution.
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Optomany Nov 1
DNA Payments Acquires CR7 Services. DNA Payments, the ambitious new entrant to the UK payments market, has acquired CR7 Services (CR7), the fast growing, UK-based payment solutions provider. Read more here- .
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Optomany Oct 31
One of the key technologies driving profit in restaurant & bar environments is your payment solution via Stand C180
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Arnaud Vanderroost Oct 30
Massive cache of Indian card goes up for sale on via
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