Download this eBook to understand how you can engage a broader cross-section of roles to open up new opportunities, make progress by uncovering new personas, grow account penetration and optimize your investments throughout the customer lifecycle.
In this e-guide, read more about the differences and similarities of privacy by design and privacy engineering, the main components and objectives of privacy engineering, and how privacy engineers can help promote innovation and trust among employees and clients.
More than half of B2B brands say they rely on purchase intent data, yet research suggests most marketers lack access to the people actually exhibiting intent. Watch this video to see how TechTarget’s publisher-based model provides access to the active, opted-in prospects you need to hit your KPIs and grow your business.
When dealing with something as invaluable as customer data, think about creating a unified strategy that incorporates the network, people, and tools. Read this paper for advice on how to protect your customers data for piece of mind.
SearchSecurity.Co.UK presents a comprehensive guide to data privacy in the UK. Our experts cover all the angles in order to help you protect the data your organisation collects, transmits and stores.
Read this case study to learn how Sourcefire's solutions can help top credit and debit card processors, as well as companies completing far fewer online transactions, in protecting sensitive customer data from cybercriminals.
The drive to protect credit card data is vital, but many companies have yet to implement technologies and processes needed to address Payment Card Industry (PCI) compliance. This white paper examines top reasons for PCI failure and how to avoid them.
This expert Q & A session explores the challenges retailers face as they increase data collection to combat fraudulent returns and policy abuse in today’s struggling economy. Find strategic advice on how retailers can cut down on fraud and determine the necessary tools and processes that must be in place to protect customer identities.
This paper explains the two primary methods for discovering Web application vulnerabilities: using manual penetration testing and code review or using automated scanning tools and static analysis.