In today’s mobile world, the user is at the center of the application experience. This is true whether the user is a customer, a partner, or an employee. Yet meeting the needs for the enterprise user poses particular challenges. Apps must work seamlessly across devices and screen sizes, enabling real-time collaboration, without sacrificing data security. This balance requires a mobile app development platform built for the unique demands of the enterprise.
There is no question that mobile computing is growing at an
exponential rate. This rapid transformation has seen security
concerns outpaced by the ease of use, flexibility, and productivity of mobile devices. When vulnerabilities are exploited, the security of mission-critical data becomes a serious concern. Here we take a look at three of the top mobile application security threats facing businesses today and recommendations on how to mitigate the risk.
The Auxiliary IT Operation center at the Indiana University has a lot of responsibility on its plate. It is in charge of the majority of for-profit activities the university is engaged in, namely the halls of residence, parking, dining facilities, campus transportation and much more. Additionally, this unit supports many critical IT processes including the secure distribution of student photos for identification cards.
According to Baseline Consulting, approximately 32% of corporate data is contained in enduser computing (EUC) applications and approximately 68% is stored in IT controlled applications. These EUCs – primarily spreadsheets, PC databases (e.g. Access databases), BI reports, and word documents – are often stored on employee desktops and corporate file shares, and for the most part, are uncontrolled. They lack the proper safeguards and controls one would expect with IT controlled applications, including documentation, version control, back-up and archival, change control, testing, security and access control, and more.
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Whether and organization or an individual, identity theft spells a long, expensive, and complex recovery process. However, online identity theft can be prevented with encryption software and advanced password protection.
The data security challenges for financial services providers—from the solo accounting professional to the midsize accounting firm to world’s largest corporation, from CPAs to CFPs to credit counselors—have never been as challenging as they are in today’s turbulent times. And although the large data breaches at the most recognizable companies receive the most publicity, small companies and solo offices can also be victims, according to the Better Business Bureau.
The data security challenges for financial enterprises have never been as challenging as they are in today's turbulent times. Not only must financial enterprises comply with regulations such as SOX, GBLA and PCI along with a multitude of state regulations concerning customer privacy and electronic data security, they must also guard against the staggering costs—both tangible and intangible—that a security breach can incur.
The data security challenges in the healthcare industry have never been as challenging as they are today. Not only must healthcare providers comply with HIPAA regulations concerning patient privacy and electronic data security, they must also guard against identity theft as well more complex scenarios of insurance data theft, medical identity theft and the adulteration of health records.
Listen in as Sentrigo interviews Dr. Charles Popper, who discusses specific data integrity and security requirements for the pharma sector. Dr. Popper will address how to enforce the proper balance of information sharing and database protection, without compromising high-quality research.
With the massive amount of information on an ever-evolving subject, understanding and becoming PCI compliant can be a daunting task. The process of becoming PCI compliant following the PCI SSC recommended process involves over 160 steps to a merchant's security system and can easily be misinterpreted. NeoSpire presents the Top 10 Misconceptions about PCI.
We often hear about how the massive volumes of data the US government collects hold a treasure trove of answers to our most challenging questions – be it on population health,
national security, education or how to recoup losses from tax fraud. If only the government could figure out how to make use of all that information.
Texas is one example of a government that is using analytics to solve complex problems. As the case studies here demonstrate, agencies and academia in the Lone Star State are putting big data and analytics to work to eliminate waste, improve productivity and, in some cases, even enhance transparency.
The financial collapse of 2008 had the greatest impact on the financial services industry since World War II, resulting in consolidation and extensive regulation. The crisis coincided with increased competition from emerging economic powers, nonbanks and fintech organizations. Consumer behavior, from the adoption of mobile banking to P2P payments, forced banks to retool and respond with innovative products and investments in new delivery channels. Technology changed rapidly as well. In the capital markets, trading became fully automated, with pricing, risk decisions and settlement across exchanges made in milliseconds
New analytics tools and services are helping organizations extract exceptional business value from the massive volumes of available data provided by various internal and external sources. Many companies are harnessing these insights to improve operational and business processes, troubleshoot problems, identify business opportunities, and generally compete and innovate better. Now the benefits of analytics in those areas are prompting companies to look to analytics to improve information security. Enterprise security organizations are under tremendous pressure to change. Traditional perimeter-focused security controls and strategies have proved inadequate against modern, highly targeted attack campaigns.
From midsize companies and government organizations to global banks and professional sports teams, all types of organizations are using data visualization to help make sense of their data and to comprehend information quickly. Keep reading to learn how six organizations of all types and sizes are using data visualization to improve customer relationships, fight fraud and more.
The aim of this document is to highlight ways in which ScriptLogic solutions can be used to bring Microsoft Windows-based IT systems into line with the requirements of the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard.
Distributed workforces and mobile devices are disrupting business as usual. End-users are frequently accessing applications and data from outside the corporate network. This presents new security challenges for IT. Read this eGuide to learn ways to secure your mobile workforce.