Workplace Privacy Policies are a great first step toward document security.
July 1, 2019
If you protect digital information without taking measures to protect the sensitive information found on physical documents, you are still at risk of an information breach. Workplace Privacy Policies are an effective way to extend your information security.
Threats to organizational and consumer privacy are on the rise. From ransomware to identity theft, businesses and individuals are under constant attack. To help protect organizations and consumers, Federal and State governments have enacted numerous laws to ensure the safe creation, storage, and destruction of sensitive information. Do you know how they impact your organization?
Shred-it has just released their 2019 Data Protection Report and the insights are a little concerning. In this comprehensive study, 43% of C-Suite executives admitted their organizations have suffered data breaches and they cite “human error or accidental loss” as the main causes for their breaches.
Document security should be an integral part of your information security program.
July 1, 2019
We live in a digital world so it’s easy to think of information security in purely digital terms. But despite office modernization, paper is still a big part of our workflow; it’s estimated that the average office worker generates around 10,000 sheets of paper per year. So, if you’re building information security programs that focus only on digital protection, you may be doing only half the job.
One thing is clear, successful help desks need to be highly focused on customer service, yet they can present a security risk for the same reason they are in business, helping a user, says Barb Filkins, SANS analyst and author of a report based on a recent survey. The only real way to solve the problem is to build security into the business of help desk.
In today’s business marketplace, with the need for virtual “anywhere, anytime” access to information, most companies are mindful of the inherent security issues – threats of attacks, individual devices connecting to the corporate network, data leakage and other forms of malicious mal-intent.
Our August issue cover story features Steve Baker, CSO at State Street Corporation. Also in August, how did a Guidewell Security team member save a life? And learn how digital technology and IoT devices can combat both physical and cyberattacks.