The Source Newsletter June 2018

5 mobile threats you should shut down in 2018 used with permission from Tektonika (HP) Mobile devices are now a staple of the workplace, as ubiquitous as open floor plans and videoconferencing. Enabling employees to work from their mobile devices can even boost satisfaction, productivity, creativity, loyalty, and engagement—that’s quite a list of benefits. However, embracing these upsides also requires paying attention to the downside: mobile threats. Given the sheer volume and value of sensitive data on employee devices, mobile security needs to be an IT priority. Every time an employee accesses corporate data from a smartphone, they put the entire network at risk—unless properRead More →

Mobile Threats

used with permission from Tektonika (HP) Mobile devices are now a staple of the workplace, as ubiquitous as open floor plans and videoconferencing. Enabling employees to work from their mobile devices can even boost satisfaction, productivity, creativity, loyalty, and engagement—that’s quite a list of benefits. However, embracing these upsides also requires paying attention to the downside: mobile threats. Given the sheer volume and value of sensitive data on employee devices, mobile security needs to be an IT priority. Every time an employee accesses corporate data from a smartphone, they put the entire network at risk—unless proper security measures are in place. To unlock the fullRead More →

Data Security Breach

used with permission from IBM Big Data & Analytics Hub by Seth Dobrin The 72-hour rule included in the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has become a major focus for businesses as they work towards compliance. Article 33 states that breaches must be reported to the regulator within a 72-hour window of an organization becoming aware of it, and to the data subject “without undue delay” after businesses become aware of the breach. What exactly constitutes “undue delay” will become clearer as the GDPR is applied in practice, but the thrust of the regulation is clear. The procedural implications for larger companies canRead More →

The Source Newsletter April 2018

Times are changing! You wouldn’t open your door to a criminal – don’t open your email “door” either. Systems is seeing a dramatic increase in ransomware attacks recently across all business types and sizes. Even with a best-in-class, layered and monitored security model, the risk of ransomware attack is present. This is because the last and most important line of defense is the end user. Read More Don’t sweep IoT security and training under the rug used with permission from Tektonika (HP) by Karen Gilleland When you drive home, your garage door opens as you arrive. That toy bear Santa gave your kids talks andRead More →