Volume 5, Issue 6 - June 24, 2015 Share this issue
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Last year's biggest hacks: What can we learn from them?

In the world of "the internet", everything can be shared easily with a click of a button. In the battle to keep personal information private, it's not just hackers you have to worry about.

In many of the cases, breaches happen due to poor security practices or simple errors. With Sony, for example, hackers breached the servers and leaked a wide range of data. The data included internal documents on Sony employees and actors, as well as copies of unreleased Sony movies.

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BYOD: How to Stay Secured on Unmanaged Devices

Did you know? 70% of mobile professionals will conduct their work on personal smart devices by the year 2018! What does that mean for your organization and how will that impact your company's security?

Personal devices come in all shapes and sizes, there are many devices available on the market today (tablets, smartphones, laptops.). One of the key challenges in organizations where an employee is allowed to bring their own device to work is SECURITY. How can you make sure the information residing on your employee's device is safe and secured?

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Dispelling Document Security Myths

With some of the recent cyber attacks on some of the biggest organizations across various industries, the risk of attack is becoming an increasingly pressing issue for all businesses. As we tread on this new territory of cybersecurity, companies are realizing that their documents are vulnerable. Unfortunately document security is still widely poorly understood. Let's dispel some of the myths that have emerged surrounding document security.

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5 Steps to Protect Your eBook Before You Publish

The issue of eBook security always raises a concern and these problems simply won't go away. Unfortunately, there is no 100% fool proof way to prevent someone from duplicating your eBook. However, there are procedures and security measures you can take to minimize this from happening. Here are the 5 steps to protect your eBook before you consider publishing it.

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