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Data Protection - It Isn’t Just For Businesses

– Data. We send and receive so much of it on a daily basis that we almost don’t think about it anymore. As long as it reaches its destination, we don’t think about what happens to it in-between, or even consider who may have access to it. We’re told to protect our personal data in a variety of ways, whether that be shredding documents containing our bank details, or shielding our pin from prying eyes when using our debit and credit cards for payment. However, despite all the education around data protection, we as consumers are all very guilty of ignoring this guidance, leaving ourselves open to data theft, but just assuming that ‘it won’t happen to us’.

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Could Apple learn a few cyber security tips from its leaks?

– Apple's intended September surprise got off to a bad start after a company insider leaked out almost everything there is to know about the company's anniversary edition iPhone. The Apple leak fiasco reminds us how mighty technology firms, and the data they hold, continue to remain vulnerable to insider threat.

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How to stay one step ahead of cybercriminals

– The re-emergence of the OilRig hacker group, in light of the WannaCry ransomware, highlights that the focus of cybercriminals is continuously developing to keep up with defence strategies. According to Bomgar, it is paramount that organisations integrate regular security training to their workforce.

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How IT Can Balance Security And Productivity?

– Security solutions have great potential to improve organizational efficiency, but also to hinder day-to-day operations, limit access to information and impede employee output. As tech investments grow across industries, productivity concerns can be neglected, or worse, completely ignored.

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