Can You Stop Former Employees Taking Your Data?

It’s a good question and one that many organizations don’t think about thoroughly.  You take a lot of time onboarding an employee by doing background checks, checking references, and determining what information systems and data access the person needs to do her or his job.  You may have a comprehensive provisioning system that grants access to all applications and data. …

4 Reasons You Need Enterprise Digital Rights Management

In today’s business world, information security, regulatory compliance and data governance requirements are driving a top to bottom change in how we manage corporate data.  As the walls of an organization blur, new business models make the definition of employee, business partner and corporate information difficult to define. Many companies allow employees to work from any location at anytime using …

Follow Up: Data Encryption is the Answer

Even after suffering from a devastating data breach, National Association of Federal Credit Unions (NAFCU) is dismissing the idea that the data encryption rule should be implemented. Instead, they are saying the credit unions should follow best practices and look into other ways than encryption. Just to refresh your memory, at the end of 2014, the National Credit Union Administration …

Government Pushes Organizations to Implement Stronger Data Security

From the FBI, Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to the FCC all the way up to the White House is pushing for stronger data security measures amongst organizations that deal with sensitive customer information. Just last week, the FCC fined two telecommunication companies $10 million, for neglecting to protect over 300,000 customers’ personally identifiable information (PII). This is the FCC’s …