They are Obsessed With Social Networking

With each passing day, the people working at your company are becoming bigger and bigger risks. They engage in activities that can potentially threaten the security of your corporate data, and they do so either without knowledge or without care. Our exclusive research on Enterprise Security Spending Trends reveals how much you're investing in security. But technology is only part of the solution. Realizing this, we've decided to take a look at some of the top things that your employees do with each passing day that might make you trust them just a little less. A growing interest in "bring your own technology" will likely further complicate your life. Most of the time, the infractions are non-malicious, often the result of human error. But in some cases, an employee's actions are intentionally dangerous. Either way, the onus is on you to find solutions to protect your organization's most precious commodity: Its data.


As Cisco pointed out in its 2010 Annual Security Report recently, social networking scams will be used as parts of "broad plans, such as Trojan attacks" in 2011. Learn more here:http://tinyurl.com/4j7k8ug

This article was originally published on 03-10-2011
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