There’s no shortage of cyber threats out there today − and no shortage of areas IT needs shore up its defenses. But a recent report highlights the three biggest threats to your systems in 2014 and beyond.
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Apple recently released a fix for several vulnerabilities with an update to iOS 7. But something about the way those updates were released isn’t sitting right with security-conscious users.
While new technologies such as cloud computing, Big Data, mobile devices and social networks are catching on, businesses and IT departments are still trying to figure out the best ways to implement and manage them, according to a recent survey from The Open Group.
There’s been a recent spike in attacks targeting Android smartphones. If any users in your company work on such a device, here are some steps you can take to protect them:
Work is no longer done primarily in the office – employees must be productive on the go, at home, or while they travel. But they need IT’s help to stay connected.
Malware targeting mobile devices is still a fraction of all cybercrime, but the threat level is growing, for one type of device in particular.
Working away from the office is becoming the norm for most employees, and IT needs to make sure it’s helping rather than hurting remote users’ productivity.
Some companies let employees use their own personal tech gadgets for work, while others have policies against it. But a recent survey shows employees are doing it no matter what.
A host of new malware attacking Android phones has been uncovered. If your company hands out those devices to users, it’s time to take some protective action.
To get the most out of your company’s information security budget, you need to know where the danger is. These are the biggest threats your IT department should be ready for in 2011.