April 26, 2013
Even in an age of social media and voracious over-sharing, there are still times we need privacy online. When we engage in old-fashioned point-to-point communication, we expect the person or business at the other end to ensure that our interactions remain private. But it’s complicated.
In a new study conducted by Varonis, 91% of respondents say they trust businesses to keep their data safe despite a rise in breaches that now affects nine out of ten companies. In addition to expecting absolute security from service providers, the survey shows that 53% of consumers would be willing to pay a premium for organizations that reliably protect their data.
At the same time, consumer online habits have room for improvement. Though almost three out of four password protect their mobile phones, an alarmingly high 67% say they send unencrypted personal information in their emails.
Download the full report to learn how consumers deal with security and privacy challenges in their digital lives.
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December 4, 2012
Here’s just some of the havoc this monster has caused:
71% of businesses surveyed said mobile devices caused an increase in security incidents 51% of organizations experienced data loss from employee use of unsecured mobile devices 67% of Apple iOS devices are running outdated firmware
infographic from Rapid7
September 28, 2012
In the age of big data, businesses are creating, processing, storing, and sharing information at an alarming rate. A significant amount of the data is highly sensitive or confidential and should be properly safeguarded. It’s unnerving to think about the possibility of our own personal information sitting on servers, possibly unencrypted and open to everyone.
We hope that companies are complying with SOX, HIPAA, PCI, and other regulations but, as we know, hope is not a strategy – so we decided to take a hard look at the current state of data protection.
In March of 2012 we surveyed over 200 individuals in the IT community, asking about their current data protection practices and confidence levels, and how data protection practices correlate with data protection activities.
The results may surprise you. While over 80% reported that they store data belonging to customers, vendors, and other business partners, only 26% reported being very confident that data stored within their organization is protected.
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August 15, 2012
Great infographic about the changing role of the CIO.
August 6, 2012
Did you know that the average mobile worker now carries 3.5 mobile devices in 2012, up from 2.7 devices in 2011?
And that 92% of mobile workers believe that they should be able to read work email on their phone?
What happens to corporate data residing on endpoint devices such as laptops, tablets and smart phones? Is this data backed up hourly, daily, monthly? How is the enterprise protecting corporate assets residing on endpoint devices brought into the workplace?
Check out the infographic to find out how Cloud Backup addresses these challenges and more.
July 25, 2012
Please review the infographic below that explains IPV6. This is an incredible important area for all organisations to be aware of and we felt this graphic helped explain the basics.
For more information please do not hesitate to visit http://www.c24.co.uk
Please feel free to pass the image along or to use it in your materials – and to point people here to this page www.worldipv6launch.org/infographic to download a copy themselves.
June 13, 2012
We all recognise that shoppers have certain habits before they buy products, however what are they and how can they help us increase the conversion ratios of our companies? The following infographic highlights some interesting stats.