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According to a 2015 Silicon Valley Bank report, there will be more than 1 billion employee-owned smartphones and tablets in the workplace by 2018, each of them bringing in their own flavor of mobile messaging — everything from traditional email and SMS to wildly popular consumer apps like WhatsApp, Kik, and Facebook Messenger. As these … Read more

Image: Asia Pacific Security Magazine Over at Asia Pacific Security Magazine, we’re talking about the security risks of enterprise mobile messaging, and who’s paying attention — or not. We’ve found that CEOs and other top managers believe that critical information isn’t being passed on via unsecured mobile apps, but in an increasingly connected world, is … Read more

This post is the third in our series on digital security and two-factor authentication. In our earlier posts, we discussed the Heartbleed virus and how it brought consumers’ attention to digital security, plus some advantages of two factor authentication. Here are five best practices to help you implement, transition, and maintain a two-factor verification program. … Read more

This post is the first in our new series on digital security and two-factor authentication. No one likes to think that their systems and networks are vulnerable to attack. In fact, it’s sometimes easier to pretend the opposite. But given the potential consequences of an attack—bad PR, lost revenue, crippled systems, angry customers—it’s worth facing … Read more

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