Endpoint Security

Why IT Asset Management Is Key to Data Security
Mitch Kelsey
Why IT Asset Management Is Key to Data Security

Information security is a growing concern for many organizations and while the ways you access and protect your data continue to evolve, the reasons for it stay the same – your data is the driving force of your organization. To effectively protect it, you need visibility and control over all your assets. IT asset management is the foundation of many risk management frameworks for good reason. Having an informed...

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Cybersecurity 101: What It Is and Why It’s Important
Mark McGlenn
Cybersecurity 101: What It Is and Why It’s Important

For many organizations, cybersecurity can be one of those important topics that unfortunately gets lost in other company priorities. As the explosion of apps, IoT and mobile users bring about countless possibilities for a cyber-attack, today’s savvy organizations understand that a breach is more of a ‘when’ than an ‘if’. So we’re here to unravel your critical cybersecurity questions. What is Cybersecurity? Look online and you’ll find many different...

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Lost or Stolen Devices: What to Do in 4 Steps
Josh Mayfield
Lost or Stolen Devices: What to Do in 4 Steps

A lost or stolen device is a dreaded, but highly likely situation for most people to have to face. It’s not so much the device itself–that is replaceable–but that data that the device contains that causes alarm. Forrester’s State of Data Security and Privacy Report 2018 to 2019 claims that lost or stolen devices represent 15 percent of all confirmed data breaches. To make matters worse, 35 percent of...

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Final Countdown for a Windows 10 Migration
Josh Mayfield
Final Countdown for a Windows 10 Migration

Windows 10 was launched in late 2015 and since then, usage has climbed steadily. Web analytics firm StatCounter says global Windows 10 use overtook its primary competitor, Windows 7, in February 2018; Net Market Share reports the turning point happened in December 2018. Regardless of timing, Windows 10 is now the most popular desktop OS in the world. According to Microsoft, there are 1.5 billion devices running Windows but only about 700 million of those are running Windows 10. Further, Forrester says just 56 percent of...

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Will 2019 Be the Year of GDPR Fines?
Neeraj Annachhatre
Will 2019 Be the Year of GDPR Fines?

Is 2019 the year we will feel the full impact of GDPR? Chances are good the answer to that question is a resounding “yes!” GDPR went into effect May 25, 2018 and, as of yet, no sizable fines have been levied for data privacy missteps in the protection of personally identifiable information (PII) of EU citizens. Despite light action in actual enforcement to date, there is plenty of evidence...

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