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Maintaining Employee Privacy in a Mobile Environment



Consumer privacy has always been at the forefront in business, as companies want to keep the personal information of their customers secure and private and want to keep their businesses up and running. However, with mobile workplaces increasing in popularity, companies tend to fall behind on effectively securing the personal data of their own employees and keeping it private.

7 Steps to Secure Mobile Computing
Mobile devices have become a huge part of enterprise IT. As it becomes increasingly important and employees are using mobile devices more and more for work, it becomes more important to take mobile security seriously. All IT teams take network security and on-site security seriously, but often don’t invest enough time in securing mobile devices and teaching employees about what vulnerabilities may be presented or how they can avoid them.



Weaponizing Vulnerabilities
Keeping up with the influx of security vulnerabilities has become a priority for enterprise IT and security teams. Every system and device within a company can potentially have vulnerabilities, despite what is currently in place to prevent that. This includes all physical laptops, servers and other items, but also virtual platforms, cloud-based assets, mobile devices and more.
The rate that vulnerabilities have been exposed has accelerated in recent years. The “National Vulnerability Database”, shows that industry typically expected “5,000 to 7,000 common vulnerabilities” each year. However, in 2017 that number reached over 14,000 and in 2018 it moved past 16,000. These numbers are possibly underestimating the number of vulnerabilities in the world, but it is clear that this number is quickly accelerating.

How to View Your Cyber Security Efficiency “Inside Out”
Often, security leaders across all sectors do not fully reference or consider essential questions when it comes to their cyber security plans and capabilities. Too often, a total in-and-out view is not taken, leading to some faults within organizational cybersecurity. In cybersecurity, understanding these inside and out weaknesses and vulnerabilities is more pertinent than ever before.
Dell EMC IDPA DP4400

The Integrated Data Protection Appliance (IDPA) DP4400 offers enterprise-level data protection in a converged

appliance. It is typically meant for small and mid-size organizations, but it is also very effective for standalone

departments of larger enterprises. Organizations and departments are increasingly forced to maintain siloed

and complex data protection solutions to protect growing IT environments with more data, applications and

users. Keep reading to learn more about the product! 

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