September 20th, 2021
Insider threats are caused by insiders who have critical access to your company’s data and security network. Therefore, businesses need to take steps to mitigate insider threats, making it harder for data to leak or be stolen from your company.
Data loss prevention (DLP) tactics can mitigate the risks associated with insider data loss. Read More
September 13th, 2021
Every company collects sensitive data of some sort. Whether you have to collect payment data to process a transaction or you have sensitive customer information, like personally identifiable information (PII), hackers or malicious employees might find ways to smuggle that data out of your company and into the hands of bad actors.
You may not even realize that the data your company holds on to is valuable. Well, it is, and you should protect it from all kinds of potential threats and attacks.
There are two main types of attacks on data: data breaches and insider threats. Many companies agree that their data should be protected against data breaches, and they implement antivirus or firewall software. However, you may not realize that you need to protect against insider threats as well.
Here’s what you need to know about insider threats and the impact they can have on your business:Read More
September 9th, 2021
Employee productivity stats can help businesses to understand ways of improving productivity in their workplace. After all, businesses of all sizes try to find ways to improve employee productivity to improve their bottom line.
Some tools can improve productivity visibility, such as employee monitoring software. Here are 50 mind-blowing productivity stats that could be affecting your employees:Read More
September 6th, 2021
You run a tight organization, and you make sure that all your team is working hard towards your company mission. However, it’s challenging to stay on top of your team at all times. You don’t know if they are truly working when they say they are.
You also might have a large team, making it harder to a) monitor them without monitoring tools and b) watch your data to make sure it’s safe.
With so many people coming and going within your organization, either physically or on the network, keeping track of your employees, personnel, users, and data is a challenging task.
User activity monitoring can help you with this. Read on to learn more about user activity monitoring and the activity monitoring features you need to meet your operational goals. Read More
August 30th, 2021
Computer monitoring is necessary to reduce time theft, improve employee productivity and protect against data breaches. However, some employees might not agree with it in practice.
Companies that properly employ computer monitoring do so within the bounds of employee privacy laws. However, employees might not understand these processes and have questions about workplace surveillance and why you are using an employee monitoring tool.
While you may recognize that workplace monitoring is necessary, you should be prepared to answer any questions your employees have around its uses. Read More
August 23rd, 2021
Every day, billions of companies worldwide contribute to the collection of a ridiculous amount of data. We collect so much data now. Before 2012, the zettabyte, which is one sextillion bytes or 1021 or a trillion gigabytes, did not exist. Currently, there are more than 40 zettabytes or 40 trillion gigabytes of data in the world.
Every time you load a web browser, you contribute to the collection of more and more zettabytes. In the wrong hands, most kinds of shared data can be used for malicious purposes. That is why businesses, and especially those who collect sensitive data, must go through any means possible of protecting the data they collect.
Data loss prevention is one of the ways that a business can protect its sensitive data. Here is our overview of data loss prevention and why it is critical to company success. Read More
August 16th, 2021
Productivity makes the world go ’round. Productivity, or the state of producing something, is crucial to normal business operations. Businesses in all industries look to productivity measurements to assess how well their company is working, how efficiently it is producing, and ways to improve low productivity levels.
As we’ve gained more workplace technologies, businesses are better supported to tap into a productivity strategy that addresses multiple levels of productivity effectiveness.
One way in which companies can do this is by creating and utilizing a productivity plan based on company metrics. Here’s what that looks like:Read More