Building a Print Security Strategy: 7 Factors to Consider
Data breaches have massive consequences for organizations – financial, legal, and reputational – making information security and protection a key focus moving forward. The enormous repercussions of data breaches mean that security has to be considered at the board level and across the organization rather than just the IT department.
The landscape of cyber security is also constantly expanding as connected Internet of Things (IOT) endpoints continues to grow.
Enterprise Device Management: 3 Best Practices for ensuring a Secured, Simplified Environment
When it comes to improving employee experience when interacting with IT, freedom of choice has become the focus of today’s enterprise world.
By enabling employees to select the devices they are most comfortable with and accustomed to for their specific requirements, firms are able to significantly improve their enterprise security and enhance employee productivity levels.
Through deploying the appropriate enterprise device management strategies, IT departments can make sure that their guidelines and technological infrastructure are fully updated and capable of protecting sensitive corporate information while helping to cut down on expenses and enhance employee experience.
How Enterprises Can Improve Security Awareness Through Culture
As life-changing advancements in technology create drastic changes across enterprise environments, new technology has brought about new and innovative ways of getting work done, anywhere, and at anytime!
Initially, the advent of mobile phones and tablets provided users with great versatility and mobility in accomplishing their work-related tasks.
However, with significant recent developments in artificial intelligence (AI) and other information capturing and analysis technologies, today, the modern workplace is equipped with tools to drive productivity to levels that have never been achieved prior!
Why Printing Is An Important Part of GDPR Data Security
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect on May 25th, 2018 and will change how organizations approach print security.
Multifunction printers (MFPs) and networked printers are often overlooked when it comes to enterprise IT security.
Yet, these devices are capable of store and processing data and have the same security vulnerabilities as any other networked endpoint.
With almost two thirds of organizations having experienced a printer related data breach, organizations cannot afford to overlook their printer security any longer.
3 Steps for Auditing a Cloud Service Provider
Auditing the compliance of cloud-based IT system vendors is essential to ensure efficient and secure operational processes.
Customer expectations should include the ability to view audit reports conducted by independent auditors.