As employees increasingly demand a more mobile and social workplace, the pressure is on for enterprises to deliver the same technology experience employees have in their personal lives to their work lives.
A combination of irresponsible user behavior and weaknesses in the protection of networks could create more risks for data breaches during the holiday period than at any other time, according to BalaBit.
Security experts at Unisys predicted even greater cybersecurity challenges in the year ahead as continued growth in the use of mobile devices and applications in the workplace, along with increased business-related usage of the Internet of Things, outpace organizations' ability to protect their critical data.
A survey of C-Level senior executives, developers and other industry delegates has found that 72% of respondents identified cost as the key benefit of using the cloud for the storage and sharing of information, followed by 12% citing the technology’s ease of use.
Findings from a Kensington survey on the security risks created by BYOD policies in the enterprise show that 73 percent believe that BYOD represents greater security risks for their organization, and yet 59 percent still approve the use of personal devices for business usage.
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