Will passwords become things of the past in 2017? Today, organizations tasked with managing too many passwords are at risk of phishing and malware attacks.
Outgoing employees are motivated by revenge, greed and resentment to abscond with valuable data. A robust exit process is the key to preventing IP theft.
Co-working spaces can help companies maximize productivity, but they can also introduce security concerns if employees are not trained to connect securely.
All access is not created equal. To protect your crown jewels from an insider threat, it's critical to know your data and, more importantly, your users.
IT managers can justify security spending by emphasizing the value of provisioning and deprovisioning to improve the user experience and security policies.
IT leaders should make a security resolution to improve basic hygiene, back up data regularly and share threat information to fight cybercrime in 2017.
For companies with a bring-your-own-device policy, IT managers should create security requirements that address BYOD risks without denting productivity.