IT has a lot of ways to spy on employees’ behavior, data and other information. But that doesn’t mean they should be put to use.
Too many businesses ignore best practices for IT security because they’re strained for resources. In this guest post, Beverly James outlines some low- and no-cost ways to improve security in your organization.
What organizations are in cyber criminals’ crosshairs now? A better question might be: Who isn’t being targeted?
IT pros aren’t confident that their company can fend off data breaches, according to a recent survey – and part of the blame lies inside the IT department.
For all the energy IT departments spend securing their networks from outside attacks, it might pay off to put more focus on an even bigger threat: mistakes made by the company’s own employees.
As important as it is to protect your company’s network from outside attackers, recent research says businesses are becoming more vulnerable to insider threats. How can IT prevent attacks that come from inside the company?