As more work is being done outside of the office, it’s becoming easier for strangers to spy on sensitive information.
When businesses are hit with data breaches, they face not only legal fees and other clean-up costs, but also potential lost business and damages to the organization’s reputation. Those costs can be significant, which is why it’s critical to respond properly after a breach.
USB drives can boost productivity by allowing users to bring work data with them wherever they need it. But those drives’ portability also makes them a big security risk that IT must deal with.
According to recent studies, cyberattacks on businesses are becoming more frequent – and difficult to prevent.
The information security stakes are raised again, as data breaches are costing companies more money than ever.