A new survey carried out by the research operation of security vendor KnowBe4 has found that nearly a quarter of employees are unsure whether the information they are working with is confidential or not.
Concerns around security, privacy, cloud and technology resilience in the IT audit industry are being further fueled by shifting business priorities, the pandemic-induced remote work environment and accelerated deployment of new technologies entering into 2021, according to a new global survey.
New Zealand’s competition regulator The Commerce Commission is working with police and taking a range of actions following the theft of computer equipment belonging to an external provider.
Employers have been warned that staff using their own laptops or tablets to transfer and store confidential business information could potentially compromise their business.
C-level executives have been warned that they risk being fined for misconduct if the don’t have the right tools in place when handling personal information when new privacy laws come into effect in one week’s time.
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