Getting back to basics

Public and wireless networks expose us to the potential of security breach, but protecting data is not as complicated as we might think

20th September, 2015
Angela Madden, managing director, Information Security Specialists

Mobility represents a significant source of security risk to the corporate IT infrastructure. Increasing broadband connection speeds and the birth of the smartphone have created an expectation that we can access the information we want, when we want it, irrespective of our location.

More recently, this expectation has extended to our professional lives, resulting in intense pressure on IT departments to open up the corporate infrastructure, whether on premise or in the cloud.

But location-independent...

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