Companies’ employees do a lot that puts sensitive information at risk. One of the biggest problems: They choose weak passwords that offer little protection. And despite IT’s best efforts, organizations’ password policies haven’t done much to solve the problem.
Hopefully, your organization is among the many that have implemented BYOD policies explaining what users can and can’t do with corporate info on mobile devices. And more than likely, you’ve had your fair share of of users who have broken the policy.
In addition to preventing data breaches, companies also must make sure they learn from incidents to improve their protection in the future. Part of that requires knowing who or what is to blame for a breach, as George Hillston discusses in this guest post.