A flurry of recent surveys and studies have found that users may have too much access to data recently. But now comes one that confirms IT is aware of this situation … and seriously concerned by it.
There’s an old adage, “It’s better to have and not need than to need and not have.” While that may be true for first aid supplies, it could be bad news for companies who subscribe to this way of thinking.
Most everyone agrees that new technology brings new security challenges. But a recent study finds that the timing of technology adoption has a major effect on IT’s ability to support and secure it.
With more than six out of every ten companies breached in the past year, you’d think that planning for incident response would be standard. But that’s not the case at all.
While other career paths face uncertainty, it seems like IT is on a steady path with plenty of potential for growth, according to a recent survey.
The Department of Labor has updated its regulations for who is eligible to collect overtime, and the results could have a big impact on IT’s budgets. Bottom line: Some workers who never qualified for overtime before may start collecting it come December.
Wearables and other connected devices that make up what’s known as the Internet of Things (IoT) have long been more hype than substance. But now most IT pros agree these devices could pose serious security risks.