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.
Many data security breaches are blamed on user mistakes. But IT’s security strategy is often to blame for those errors.
Businesses face a lot of IT security threats, but a large percentage could be avoided with a change in users’ behavior. Here are 10 of the most common ways employees put their companies at risk:
Many companies have begun cloud computing projects recently – some with more success than others. What sets successful cloud deployments apart?
Any successful IT implementation requires support from the people who will actually be working with the tools that IT provides. However, in some cases, getting that user support can be difficult.
A significant part of a company’s security strategy is often conducting IT security training for users. But those attempts to raise awareness rarely help organizations avoid attacks, according to one security expert.