User convenience vs. Security

Who knew? Following our Hot Topics debate about security in midsize businesses, such IT vs. employee tension would break out. Last week we look at how most data breaches come from within and how employees are constantly at fault for malware issues and general data loss. However, there has been more discussion regarding the topic…

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Want to hear more about Windows Server 2012?

     Come along and visit our Stand A36 at IP EXPO in Earls Court 2 on the 17-18th October. There is a jam packed schedule of seminars, so get your registered here and we look forward to seeing you there.

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Hot Topics in the Security Community – User convenience vs security, Wagamama security fiasco and child-proofing

  User convenience vs security Much conversation and RTs about user convenience should not related to security. Security should be main priority. (+0.5) The ultimate battle. One where both sides will always try to win. One of the most basic conundrums in computer security is the constant trade-off between securityand usability. Let’s be honest: if…

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Be Careful! Most data breaches come from within

As a business owner, who actually like employees? They turn up late, they’re sick and they are so counter-productive with everything you do. And now, according to new research from Forrester, they are 63% of the reason why data breaches happen within your organisation. This research indicates that only 25% of data breach cases are the…

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How might the rise of mobile malware impact modern businesses?

Following Monday’s increasingly popular Hot Topics debates, we decided to take a real in-depth look into the scary rise of mobile malware and its impact on modern business. Not only should phones be loved as an essential tool in communication, but they should be also taken with a pinch of salt. Knowing about privacy issues…

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This week’s hot topics: Mobile Malware up 2,180%, Facebook privacy concerns and Sophos’ false-positive malware havoc

Facebook experiences a week of multiple privacy concerns. Not only has this set off alarm bells in medium businesses, It is a huge cause for concern. Although Facebook experiences a host of privacy concerns on a weekly basis, this latest breach indicates that it is important for businesses to look after their archive even more…

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