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Insider Dangers Are Hiding in Collaboration Tools
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Dr.T
Dr.T,
User Rank: Ninja
6/29/2018 | 8:45:05 AM
Re: Similarities to physcal security
Perhaps someone disgruntled wouldn't dare physically hurting someone but digital harm is more likely? Interesting point. People can get hurt emotionally and that would be as serious as physical harm.
Dr.T
Dr.T,
User Rank: Ninja
6/29/2018 | 8:43:43 AM
Only 78%?
At this point, 78% of organizations report some sort of active monitoring of phone, email, or Internet use I think this number is bigger, most organizations monitor those one way or other if not technology maybe manually checking phone and emails and internet quite often.
scallan
scallan,
User Rank: Apprentice
6/28/2018 | 5:37:56 AM
IT Security Hygiene for employees
I think there is a lot of confusion about what can be seen and who can view it. Frequently we find clients that have their entire Google Drives open. Definite work needs to done on training employees effectively.
jmansier
jmansier,
User Rank: Guru
6/27/2018 | 8:58:50 AM
Similarities to physcal security
Just last week my office ran an active shooter seminar. What I found interesting is the signs in someone potentially causing physical harm is very simiar to the signs this article has for digital harm. Perhaps someone disgruntled wouldn't dare physically hurting someone but digital harm is more likely?
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