Wednesday 1 July
How to protect data when remote workers are accidentally breaching information security
With the UK workforce still working from home where possible, cyber and information security is changing before our eyes. Gareth talks us through research Exonar conducted among the UK workforce recently to understand their attitudes and behaviours to data protection, revealing that the threat of an internal breach has never been higher. Not only is information being shared freely and without a second thought to its security, it’s potentially being placed outside of the organisation’s systems.
This threat isn’t malicious. The people mean the business no harm. But it only takes one mistake by one employee and the business is left wide open to a data breach, which has the potential to do massive reputational damage.
We discover what organisations can do to protect themselves from these risks? Gareth talks us through how to gain better visibility over where your data is and secure it at the source. We also consider how organisations need to adapt in today’s changing world.
Martin Smith MBE, Chairman & Founder, The SASIG
Gareth Tranter, Head of Customer Success, Exonar
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