Protecting your data is sometimes easy and sometimes easier said than done. Many businesses – particularly small businesses – don’t know if or how they’re leaking data. A recent study found that 58 percent of companies don’t know how much data their employees share externally. And that’s just the beginning of the problem.
Businesses must adhere to various IT compliance regulations, depending on the industry in which they operate. Laws can be complex and may vary between regions, so businesses need to understand the specific requirements of their industry. Noncompliance can result in significant penalties.
Technology has become an essential part of business operations, and a growing number of industries are wholly reliant on technology for their day-to-day operations. This reliance on technology means that businesses generate more data than ever before. As a result, companies must have the means to access and store this data securely and efficiently, moving data security to the front of any technology conversation.
Do you have a problem with keeping track of passwords? Many people do, and it can be challenging to remember them, especially if you have multiple accounts for different purposes. In this blog post, we will discuss some methods that you can use to manage your passwords effectively.