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.
In the eyes of some, NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden is a hero who leaked information about top secret state-sponsored surveillance operations to journalists, stoking a global debate on privacy. But from the point of view of his employer, he hardly turned out to be a model staff member.
In fact, Intralinks’ website UNshare.com is full of 'Oops' moments like this from people just like you. And today we've launched a new social media sweepstakes to help you recover from your very own ‘Oops’ moment so you can start your New Year with a clear conscious.
Have you ever accidently said or sent something that you wish you could instantly take back? Maybe you emailed a confidential report to the wrong person? Or hit “send” on that email just a bit too soon?
Data breaches are regular news these days. Threats like hacking, phishing, insecure emails and physical theft can all lead to data loss and cause irrevocable damage to those involved. It’s vital that networks are secured against threats like these, and there are several ways to do it. Unfortunately, some organizations haven’t protected themselves enough. Here’s our roundup of recently reported data breaches.
According to Forrester Research, unintended mishandling of information is far and away the most common way that corporate data is lost – far more frequent than malicious acts of data theft or hacking. It’s clear we need a way to guard against our own fallibility and ensure we can always retract access to the information we share, even after it has been copied widely on email or shared through collaboration tools.
File sharing is not as simple as it sounds, especially at the enterprise level. Join Intralinks and Forrester Research to learn how great managers can share and unshare files across and beyond their enterprises in our first ever lunch-and-learn webcast.