How to Protect Data in a Workplace Using Employee-Owned Mobile Devices

Protect Data in a Workplace

Mobile businesses increasingly face challenges with protecting both sensitive information and their reputations. It takes years to build a reputation and only seconds for an employee to unknowingly do something that will destroy that reputation. According to research by Cisco, employees around the world are engaging in behaviors that put both corporate and personal data…

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Edward Snowden: Here’s How We Take Back the Internet

Edward Snowden Data Privacy

Edward Snowden speaks at TED2014 via telepresence robot. He suggests the right to data privacy is not a partisan subject but demands a fundamental re-evaluation of the role the internet plays in our private and corporate lives. Want more stuff like this? Hit the “Like” button below to get notified via Facebook…

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Lawmakers Called to Respect Freedom of Expression in Wikileaks Debate

[smartads] San Francisco – The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and a broad coalition of advocacy organizations sent an open letter to U.S. lawmakers today, calling on government officials to respect freedom of expression in the debate over the whistle-blower website Wikileaks. In the wake of Wikileaks’ recent publications of U.S. diplomatic cables, some lawmakers have…

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