Monthly Archives: October 2014

Can Biometrics Cure the BYOD Blues?

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Unique personal identifiers such as fingerprints, face shapes, and voiceprints are being incorporated into software and hardware security on new consumer devices at an astonishing rate. Apple is now two generations into their iPhone fingerprint scanner and, with the launch of Apple Pay, the masses are getting a taste of how biometrics can be used to authorize transactions. Can new…

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Automated Policy Enforcement a Boon for Data Security

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Automated policy enforcement, the use of software to ensure sensitive data is protected from human error, is becoming an important weapon in the war on data breaches. The key tenets of automated policy enforcement revolve around reducing reliance on users to self-direct complex data policies. In doing so, the goal is to eliminate the risk of data breaches that occur…

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3 Ways Data Breaches Have Changed Customer Behavior

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Data breaches in the media have your customers thinking differently about their information. With each new incident, customers of all types become more disillusioned with data collection, presenting barriers to use and in many cases preferences for brands with well-communicated security standards. Start thinking like customers do if you want to understand how simple changes can impact customer preference and…

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Reduce the Risk of a Company Data Breach by 30%

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People make mistakes. In the world of data breaches, those mistakes can open companies up to huge expenses and legal strife. According to a recent report from Beazley , human error accounts for over one-third of all data breaches that occur. While malicious hackers make headlines for stealing sensitive information, addressing several simple employee scenarios can eliminate the human error…

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Three Reasons Human Error Is Costing Employers Big Money

By | Data Security, Facts About the Cloud, How to | No Comments

A recent report from Beazley highlights the growing incidence of corporate data breaches caused by human error, and the numbers do not bode well for employers. Beazley notes that while breaches caused by human error are not the most expensive types of data breaches to deal with, they are certainly among the most common. In fact, human error accounts for…

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