Post of category Data Security

Data Security · Endpoint Management

Cover up to avoid unwanted close-ups

Video surveillance is a sensitive issue, as the discussions about more cameras in public places show. It is no wonder that cameras on devices used in private areas which are capable of taking close-up...

Blog · Cloud · Data Security · VPN

Key risks for enterprises committing sensitive data to the cloud

Economic benefits of migrating enterprise IT environments to services providers are starting to outweigh the security concerns hovering over cloud computing. Until recently, organizations have...

Cybersecurity Strategy · Data Security · Endpoint Management · Internet of Things · IT policy · Privacy · VPN

Top Concerns for Digital Assistants in the Workplace

Digital assistants like Amazon’s Alexa/Echo, Apple Homekit and Google Home are increasingly becoming part of the connected home. The Alexa for Business Platform, announced at the end of 2017, is set...

Data Security · Internet of Things

IoT – a paradigm shift?

Whether 2018 or 2020 is the year of the Internet of Things doesn’t matter – eventually networked devices will take over the home. This will probably happen sooner rather than later, especially with...

Data Security

Extended Mass Surveillance Increases Pressure to Keep Data Comms Private

Congress has approved a six-year extension of Section 702 of the U.S. surveillance law. This means the continuation of PRISM, the controversial mass surveillance program first exposed by Edward...

Cloud · Data Security

Security in the cloud

There are many studies on IT security and depending on the companies behind them and their purpose, the results are always to be treated with caution. But even if the absolute figures leave room for...

Cybersecurity Strategy · Data Security · Internet of Things · IT policy · VPN

Protecting Mobile Data Privacy in the Enterprise

The workplace today is dominated by mobile devices. Employee interaction via smartphone or tablet has become second nature.  They will very likely use them to check work emails, download files...

Cybercrime · Data Security

Meltdown and Spectre – play down or panic?

Users have long since accepted that software errors can be exploited for digital attacks. In fact, these have become so frequent that only highly critical incidents make the news. Hardware is mostly a...

Cybersecurity Strategy · Data Security · Internet of Things · Privacy

Looking into the crystal ball

In 2017, some of the worst data incidents of recent years have occurred. Whether Equifax, Uber  or Maersk, organizations have had to admit, sometimes too late, that their customers’ personal data have...

Data Security · Internet of Things · Privacy · Wi-Fi

Christmas is coming – but turn off the Wi-Fi

Every year, as Christmas draws nearer, many can be heard questioning the sanity of annual gifting madness. In the past, everything was better when the parents themselves were children and most were...

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