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.Read More
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.Read More
Sanjay Gupta, Vice President of the Fusion Middleware group at Oracle India, recently took to the pages of India’s Business Today to opine that the biggest ongoing problem most enterprises have with employee-owned devices boils down to the lack of mutual trust.Read More
Did your company celebrate data privacy day yesterday? Most did not – and that’s a shame.Read More
The U.K. analyst firm Quocirca warns that a growing gap between how business leaders and their employees view the value of mobile printing is putting many companies at risk of a costly data breach. In fact, the company says that 66% of financial services firms had at least one print-related security breach, and 90% of public sector organizations had at least one data breach related to printing.Read More
This Halloween, the cautionary warning for businesses of all size is: Beware of the cyber ogre!Read More
So an attacker hacks into your printer. That’s no big deal, right? Printers don’t have much in the way of memory, so how much data can really be at risk if someone hacks into one?
Dallas attorney Shawn E. Tuma, one of the nation’s leading legal experts on the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA), says that attacks against embedded systems like printers can expose companies to much larger security risks, including a costly CFAA breach that requires public disclosure and a risk of regulatory penalties.Read More