For the third year in a row, we uncovered sensitive files stored on consumer file sharing services in our routine Google AdWords campaign.
Considering that a smart phone purchased just two years ago is nearly obsolete, imagine using computer protocols that are 30 to 40 years old for business?
Companies are suffering data breaches and zero-day vulnerabilities are being found. One important decision to make is how your business should share data.
While companies spend significant resources to keep their information secure, those efforts can be undone if employees don’t follow proper security rules.
The courtroom fight between Uber and its rival Lyft is a potential cautionary tale about mixing personal cloud applications with enterprise class solutions.
This retention of data is causing problems for CIOs and CTOs. Ovum’s “Content is the New Perimeter” report shares the consequences of inadequate security.
Is there another mole leaking secret U.S. national security documents to the media? Here are some security and privacy guidelines for companies to follow.
How can you share files safely? Whether you're sharing through a secret URL, or consumer online services, there are privacy and security issues to consider.