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Why Mobile Security Worries IT, But Not Employees

Posted on Thu, Jun 25, 2015

Where do the mobile devices that connect to your network go when they leave the premises? No one really knows, and that’s one of the reasons that mobile security worries IT, but not rank-and-file employees.

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Tags: EMM, preventing a data breach, data security, mobile device security,, employee behavior and mobile security, employee training

What to Do About 7 Mobile Security Threats You Can’t Ignore

Posted on Thu, Jun 11, 2015

Last year, mobile devices around the globe generated more than 86 exabytes of traffic. That’s 94.5 trillion megabytes, or more than 90.1 million terabytes of data.

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Tags: Enterprise iPad, preventing a data breach, data security, BYOD security, iPhone iOS Enterprise

Five Steps to Minimizing Risk from a Data Breach

Posted on Tue, May 19, 2015

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Tags: preventing a data breach, data security, mobile device security,, network security, how to respond to a data breach

Mobile Security Demographics: High-Paid Young Men are Riskier

Posted on Thu, Apr 16, 2015

Aruba Networks is calling for businesses worldwide to take action as a new mobile security risk report reveals that businesses are ill prepared for the high-risk, high-growth mindset of what it calls the #GenMobile workforce, creating alarming disparity around security practices in the corporate world. The chasm that is exposed between age, gender, income level, industry and geographic location has a direct effect on the security of corporate data.

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Tags: data security, mobile device security,, new mobile security threats 2015

How to Keep Your Data Safe on Their Mobile Devices

Posted on Tue, Jan 20, 2015

As any IT professional can attest, the main challenge with BYOD can be summed up in a single sentence. “IT does not control the content and configuration of the device.”

Since the mobile devices belong to individual employees, IT policies calling for the company to view or wipe personal data are problematic. So most enterprise mobility management or mobile device management tools piggy-back on top of the user’s personal data, so that it can be removed when the device is no longer used for work.

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Tags: secure mobile printing, mobile security, MobileIron, EMM, data security, enterprise mobility management

Combating (Hidden) Employee Behavior that Puts Data at Risk

Posted on Thu, Dec 11, 2014

In a recent guest post on the Business2Community website, Absolute Software VP Stephen Midgley wrote that while mobile devices have created a productive work environment where nearly everything is instant, collaborative and shareable, employees are also putting valuable company data at risk by “getting up to mischief.”

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Tags: BYOD, data security, mobile device security,

Four Costly Cyber Security Myths

Posted on Thu, Oct 30, 2014

October is Cyber Security Month. Whether it’s the Department of Homeland Security with its Stop, Think, Connect posters, Wombat Security’s Anti-Phishing Phil training in how URL’s are constructed, or the National Cyber Security Alliance’s Stay Safe Online campaign to teach kids about cyber security, there have been dozens of public and private initiatives this month to raise awareness of online security and safety. Most businesses have a keen awareness of the threats they face, and are taking active measures to combat them.

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Tags: data security, mobile device security,, National Cyber Security Awareness Month

Choice, Security and the Cyber Ogre

Posted on Tue, Oct 28, 2014

This Halloween, the cautionary warning for businesses of all size is: Beware of the cyber ogre!

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Tags: secure mobile printing, IT, mobile security, preventing a data breach, data security

Time to Protect Data with Encryption? New Reports on Record Number of Security Threats Say Yes

Posted on Fri, Aug 01, 2014

The New York Attorney General’s office reported last week that 2013 was a record-breaking year, with more than 900 data breaches at public and private institutions in the state. According to the New York Times, 7.3 million New Yorkers had personal and financial records exposed during those attacks.

The attorney general’s report blamed malicious attacks for the majority of data security intrusions in the state over the past eight years, accounting for about 40% of unauthorized data access.

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Tags: on-device encryption, encryption, data security

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