Mobile devices are more vulnerable to data leaks, given that they can be lost or stolen and can often result in lost or deleted data; the legal ramifications for this are the same as with any other device under the GDPR
Patrick Sullivan, director, security technology and strategy at Akamai Technologies explains the concept of Zero Trust perimeters and cloud perimeters in an interview with SC Media UK's editor-in-chief, Tony Morbin.
The 'CIA' approach - Confidentiality, Integrity, Availability - is regarded as the pinnacle of data security. Of these, perhaps the most important component is 'Availability' says Dirk Paessler.
CIOs and security professionals need to ensure that company security policies are established and enforced, whether employees access company sensitive data from home offices, public Wi-Fi networks or hotels says Gerald Beuchelt.
BYOD: Lee Bryant describes how to reap the benefits of remote working without overlooking the risks of personal mobile devices.
Dave Schuette discusses how and why security, contextuality and productivity make up the foundation of a successful mobility strategy and how these fit into the enterprise mobility maturity model.
Paul Donovan explains why BYOD is the last thing that should be ignored in the wake of the EU GDPR and what's needed to deploy a BYOD policy while protecting your network.
Nearly 80 percent of cyber-professionals say enterprises must understand the behaviours of people as they interact with intellectual property (IP) and other critical business data, but only 32 percent are able to do so effectively.
A high proportion of local authorities in England do not have a "Bring Your Own Device" (BYOD) policy in place.
Dave Schuette discusses the measures enterprises must adopt to ensure security in the age of mobility and BYOD
More and more workers today are bringing their personal devices such as laptops, mobile phones and tablets to the office to use for work.
DressCode malware spotted in thousands of apps and could pose a serious threat to enterprise networks.
Gartner is now encouraging people-centric IT practices so IT is no longer seen as a hindrance and rather an enabler.
Several organisations within the public sector still need to give 'Bring Your Own Device' (BYOD) initiatives proper consideration. Only then can security risks be avoided and the benefits of BYOD completely achieved.
Paul Donovan outlines the main questions to ask when choosing a NAC solution to work alongside a BYOD policy while protecting the network
Unauthorised cloud services are used by 70 percent of UK employees at work.
How much of a risk is BYOD to network security? No more than company-issued hardware - provided businesses follow these four essential steps says Lee Painter.
Mushrooming numbers of BYOD and IOT devices is putting corporate networks at risk, says ForeScout CEO Michael DeCesare in an exclusive video interview.
A recent FOI request by cloud solutions company Accellion has revealed an 'alarming' lack of cyber-security in the NHS' use of mobile devices.
Greg Day of Palo Alto Networks made the case for learning from the problems of BYOD and applying them to IoT in his presentation to RSA Abu Dhabi today.
Innovation and security should not be mutually exclusive but unfortunately they often are seen that way, says James Henry.
Between BYOD and Microsoft's Wi-Fi Sense, soon there won't be such a thing as a private Wi-Fi network anymore.
IT security policies must evolve to embrace sensible policies for bring-your-own-device (BYOD), says Chris Mayers.
UK Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) are winning some battles and losing others when it comes to improving their firm's information security practices, according to a new report.
Around 400 cyber-security professionals, including more than 300 delegates as well as speakers, sponsors and press, packed out the SC Congress conference in London on Tuesday to see more than a dozen industry experts raise issues including the future of the CISO, APT and Internet of Things attacks.
Workforce collaboration via mobile devices and apps is a positive thing, so long as business options are used says Joseph Do.
At least one in twenty devices used by the customers of major European banks is riddled with malware, according to new claims from one security company.
Decide on your mobiles policy, then choose the technology that allows that policy to be delivered says Sergio Galindo.
Mobile Application Management, with secure access and separation of work and personal use can establish employee trust in a company's BYOD policy says Alan Hartwell.