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Establishing a robust mobile security policy: the risks and how enterprises can avoid them

The importance of enterprise mobility IT security is something most organisations overlook, but it’s one of the most important policies that should be implemented.

Security is more than just providing protection against an event or the assurance data is safe, and when it    comes to mobile IT security, one size doesn’t fit all. With the popularity of wearable technology growing, the rules of what it means to secure the flow of data from a large number of end-points have changed.  

Mobile devices are now the greatest risk to enterprise with threats coming from both internal and external factors. Not only is it important to understand the risks and how to counteract them, but security policy is about setting new opportunities into motion to help improve productivity and accuracy across operations.

The cost of making the wrong mobile choices can be detrimental to future success. Enterprise should turn to fluid responses and understand the measures at the core of any security policy.

Though enterprise mobility has come a long way in recent years, the security landscape continues to change and become more complex. By investing in a strong mobile security policy, organisations can stay one step ahead.

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RECOVERING FROM RANSOMWARE

Ransomware is a type of malware that blocks access to your files and systems until you pay a ransom.

The first example of ransomware happened on September 5, 2013, when Cryptolocker was unleashed.

It quickly affected many systems with hackers requiring users to pay money for the decryption keys.

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