Adrian Briscoe

Adrian Briscoe

Adrian Briscoe

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Adrian Briscoe is general manager Asia Pacific for Kroll Ontrack, a provider of cutting-edge data recovery services and software to business and home users. Based in Brisbane, Adrian oversees the Ontrack Data Recovery services and software for the company’s offices in Singapore, Australia and Hong Kong. He originally joined Kroll Ontrack as an Electronic Evidence Consultant in the organisation’s London office. Prior, Adrian spent five years in Hong Kong with PricewaterhouseCoopers in its Corporate Finance & Recovery division. Adrian has more than 20 years’ experience in the IT industry, initially starting out as a protocol specialist in London, working with IBM mainframe, mini and desktop systems.

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Data recovery and the Internet of Things

In the desire to capture digital data about people and their activities, technology is being embedded in a growing variety of consumer and industrial objects.

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The good and the bad of encryption

The idea that criminals can hijack your computer content and use encryption to hold your data to ransom is worrying, but there is another, positive side to the technology that rarely gets mentioned.

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Ransomware: the next computer threat

In the last couple of months discussion of the ransomware computer threat has catapulted out of the computer pages into mainstream news, and for good reasons.

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Who’s responsible for what with BYOD?

It happens so fast – one moment of inattention on a business trip and someone makes off with your laptop or smartphone. Inconvenient to say the least, but also, who is going to pay for the loss? And what about the stored data that is gone – the RFP that was just completed, the lead information, your client list? 



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How the rise of Apple is changing data recovery

The rise of Apple devices in the consumer world is now being mirrored in business, with employees increasingly likely to bring in their own devices to access corporate information. So how should organisations address the growing trends of self-selected access devices and the increasing preponderance of Apple in work?

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