Whether you allow it or not, your employees are using their own devices for work purposes.
Use a data-centric approach to proactively prevent sensitive data exposure to third parties or vendors in our increasingly connected world.
69% of employees have received cybersecurity training from their employers, yet 61% fail basic security tests. What’s going amiss?
External workers, freelancers and contractors add 3rd party risk of data exposure that should be acknowledged and acted on.
ISO 27001-2002 has implemented 93 new controls spanning from threat intelligence to data governance controls. A higher bar has been set.
Remote work is exacerbating data security risks in general and specifically for SMEs. Employee training and a DLP reduces data exposure risk.
IAM is the single most common failure point in tech infrastructure that can expose an organization to data breaches and ransomeware.
Skill gap is a constant of this decade. Human-in-the-middle approach of many cybersecurity functions are not scalable. A rethink is required.
Google Drive’s focus on ease of collaboration also makes it ripe for accidental leakage or misuse of PHI, PII & HIPAA data.
SaaS DLP (Data Loss Prevention) – also known as a SaaS Data Exposure Prevention – is the best way to secure sensitive data in Google Drive