There are several steps every company can take to protect themselves from the cybesecruity risks of sending contracts via email. One of the easiest things you can do is apply a data rights management (DRM) solution that includes encryption capabilities. Take these steps.
The holiday season is a time for celebration and joy, but it’s also a time when cybercriminals ramp up their efforts to take advantage of unsuspecting businesses. Here’s how to protect your business from the cybersecurity risks of holiday email messages.
Chain of custody is especially important if you ever think you will end up in a legal situation where you will need to provide the authenticity of the digital evidence. Data rights management ensures your data’s chain of custody.
Have you ever thought about how your suppliers could be putting your data at risk? Take control over your data to improve data security.
If you’re not careful, each data breadcrumb can become a tasty morsel for a cybercriminal. If you haven’t conducted a data protection and data rights audit in the past six months, it’s time to do so. Use this quick checklist to help you become more cybersecurity aware.
When an employee departs a business, it can oftentimes leave personnel data and proprietary business information at risk of exposure. Rather than worry about what happens when you offboard employees, deploy a data protection and rights management solution right from the start.
Data sprawl creates a major challenge for many companies when it comes to controlling access to their data. DRM keeps your valuable digital content from ending up in the wrong hands.
Data security is no longer optional for any organization. To help get started, here are three steps essential for building an effective data-security culture:
While the cloud may offer increased flexibility, productivity, and reduced costs, the fact of the matter is that every time you upload a file to the cloud, you hand over sensitive business data to a third-party service that may not be working with your best interest at heart. Learn how to overcome three common threats that have the potential to expose your organization to a wealth of sophisticated cyber threats.
While we enjoy the convenience of the internet, easily sharing information whether via email, social media, portals, or some other platform, has created a virtual playground for cybercriminals. Let’s examine common ways cybercriminals steal identities and what you can do to protect yourself.