How Do You Prevent a Security Breach? by Brent Whitfield


If you don't know where your sensitive data is and who has access to it – at all times – then you run the risk of losing it to your competitors or fraudsters. This could lead to hefty fines and loss of business which, together, could destroy your business. If you have been drifting along in a state of blissful ignorance then this next statistic should pop your bubble. A survey carried out by the SANS Institute in 2014/15 found that one third of all businesses were aware of a so-called 'insider incident' or 'insider attack.' These are security breaches which have been deliberately or inadvertently caused or facilitated by an employee, contractor or other company insider. As with all threats to our health and safety, prevention is far better than cure. The following steps will help to shore up your company's defences against sensitive data loss or theft. Shore....

April 25, 2019
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