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Saturday, May 5, 2012

CNET: Facebook launches 'action links' for greater app interaction

This post brought to you by CDW. All opinions are 100% mine.

All good and well, but it also means a greater risk for data loss by more exposure to online threats such as theft, hacking, viruses, power and/or hardware failure and human errors like deleting files or programs by accident, or sending e-mails with important information to the wrong address.

All this could end up being detrimental to your business and data loss prevention, or data leakage protection as it is also known, is necessary keeping all this sensitive information safe and secure and minimize the risks.

You may do well finding out where you are most vulnerable and focus on the 4 fatal gaps which you may not be aware of, but are presenting a major risk.

The first gap is threat management: your enterprise is constantly subject to external and internal threats which always happen when it is least expected. Online criminal activities have grown substantially over the last year and you need to keep your network security constantly updated.

The second gap is mobility and always-on security: all those mobile devices are great for accessing information and data at any place and time, but also get lost, stolen and create a huge security risk due to highly sensitive data going beyond the boundaries of an organization.

The third gap is loss of data: your network is almost constantly connected and in motion and unauthorized data sharing, copying, and other potential breaches are very likely to happen, even when your network is at rest.

The last gap is each cloud-based service: more apps and infrastructure have blurred the concept of data ownership and more often than not require some access to internal resources. This opens up the door even wider for unwanted data leakage and intrusions.

Watch this video; I think it is worth it, because it provides solutions which can save you a huge amount of trouble and money.

I was surprised reading how around 10 percent of notebooks and other mobile devices get lost or stolen and how 95% are never recovered, but I was completely baffled by the fact that many employees fail to follow rules, policies, and procedures, either on purpose, or by accident.

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