Information security, data security, device security – related terms that describe securing critical components of enterprise IT, all required to protect the financial viability and reputation of your organization. If a device or data falls into the wrong hands, the consequences can be catastrophic - lost sales revenue, executive job losses, and in some cases, financial bankruptcy.
With the impact of mobility and the cloud, IT and security teams are increasingly challenged to balance needs to enable the business while also protecting it. The reality is, IT often has limited control over devices and how they are being used, particularly if employees are circumventing controls in order to remain productive. Knowing these challenges, we have put together a best practices guide outlining how to protect your devices, the data they contain, and ultimately your organization.
In our new Information Security - Best Practices Guide, we lay out five goals for better device and data security:
Read more about how to achieve better data security with these five goals, detailed in our Information Security - Best Practices Guide. At Absolute, our Persistence technology allows our customers to maintain a connection with each device (computer, tablet, smartphone), regardless of user or location. This connection provides IT with consistent monitoring, device status, incident alerting, and security response options. Learn more at our website.