Patients come with lots of paperwork. The ability to securely access it on your smartphone or laptop could be a game-changer. But can your personal devices ever be secure enough to manage PHI? Surprisingly, this informative whitepaper shows that, with the right preparation, using your personal device can actually help you keep your organization more secure.
• Why data encryption is often easier to adopt as part of a cloud initiative
• What top security threat your employees are less susceptible to on personal devices
• How to manage device updates and passwords for the greatest protection
In today's digitalized economy, web applications and the browsers that connect
to them predominantly rely on the Secure Socket Layer (SSL) and Transport Layer Security
(TLS) protocols to encrypt sensitive business information and personally identifiable
information (PII) – such as customers’ credit card details, user account passwords,
corporate sales and payroll data, etc. – before sending them securely over the internet.
SSL/TLS encryption ensures information transmitted over the internet through e-mails,
e-commerce and online banking transactions and a myriad of cloud and online services
are kept secure.
Don't let the risk or cost of ransomware storm your organization's castle. it will wreak havoc on your valuable data and impact business continuity. Instead, employ a multi-layer security strategy that not only includes anti-malware, firewall, and hard disk and file encryption, but also data loss prevention technology and standards- based data protection. Each are critical to mitigate cyber security risks and protect vital information so you can avoid business disruption without ever paying a king's ransom.
This white paper examines how states like Massachusetts have implemented one of the most stringent and far-reaching requirements for protecting consumer data and how organizations of all sizes can meet the privacy requirements with simple, scalable encryption technologies.
This white paper examines how states like Massachusetts have implemented one of the most stringent requirements for protecting consumer data and how organizations of all sizes can meet the privacy requirements with simple, scalable encryption technologies.
"In healthcare, as the trends supporting eHealth accelerate, the need for scalable, reliable, and secure network infrastructures will only grow. This white paper describes the key factors and technologies to consider when building a private network for healthcare sector enterprises, including:
Transport Network Equipment
Outside Fiber Plant
Reliability, Redundancy, and Protection
Services, Operation, Program Management, and Maintenance
Download our white paper to learn more."
Do you know why data encryption is important for your accountancy firm? Read this eBook to learn how using advanced encryption allows you to:
• Securely store and share your firm's and your clients' tax information data.
• Protect your firm's reputation while meeting clients' cyber security expectations.
• Eliminate paperwork and other bothersome or time-consuming processes associated with data storage and sharing.
Published By: LockLizard
Published Date: Dec 08, 2008
This paper covers why DRM is required for data leakage prevention from within and outside of the enterprise for use as an effective document control system. It covers why encryption and access control are only effective inside the enterprise to secure information.
Published By: LockLizard
Published Date: Dec 08, 2008
This paper explains what components make up a document security solution and which one is right for you. It covers the use of encryption, copy protection, digital rights management and document collaboration as the methods available to protect information.
Data breaches can carry very serious consequences, such as the revelation in February 2008 that that the Hannaford Brothers chain of supermarkets lost more than four million debit and credit card numbers to hackers. The bottom line is that organizations must implement Data Loss Prevention (DLP) systems to protect themselves against the growing array of threats they face from inadvertent and malicious data leaks from email, instant messaging and other systems.
In January of 2008, a random sample of online technical newsletter subscribers at midsize companies (100-5,000 employees) received an email invitation to participate in a survey about data protection solutions use at their organizations. The goal of the survey was to identify sources of and/or reasons for information security breaches, and to better understand how businesses are planning to protect themselves against data leaks. The following report presents top line results of the study.
Companies rely on knowledge assets, such as product formulas and customer databases. VPNs and network monitors can protect proprietary information from outsiders; but, they won't do much to prevent access by internal users. With the popularity of wireless networks, USB drives and other portable devices, it's all too easy for insiders to leak key data. This white paper explains how Trend Micro LeakProof 3.0 protects sensitive data at rest, in use, and in motion.
Encryption will help to protect data against unauthorized access by outsiders from lost or stolen devices such as laptops, thumb drives, and other removable media. But it does not protect against the insider threat-employees and contractors with authorized access to data who mistakenly or maliciously leak your most valuable assets.
Published By: Lumension
Published Date: Oct 20, 2014
"Watch this on-demand webcast, as security expert Randy Franklin Smith from Ultimate Windows Security, shows you a technical and pragmatic approach to mobile security for iOS and Android. For instance, for iOS-based devices, he talks about:
Encryption and data protection
Randy also discusses Android-based devices. While Android gets its kernel from Linux, it builds on Linux security in a very specialized way to isolate applications from each other. And learn about iOS and Android mobile device management needs: Password and remote wipe capabilities are obvious but there’s much more to the story. And you’ll hear Randy's list of top-10 things you need to secure and manage on mobile devices in order to protect access to your organization’s network and information. "
Businesses face an increasingly complex set of threats to their Web applications—from malware and advanced persistent threats (APTs) to disgruntled employees and unintentional data leaks. Although there is no single security measure than can prevent all threats, there are some that provide broad-based mitigation to a number of threats. The use of SSL encryption and digital certificate-based authentication is one of them. Changes in the way we deliver services, the increasing use of mobile devices, and the adoption of cloud computing compounded by the ever-evolving means of stealing information and compromising services leave Web applications vulnerable to attack.
In this chapter, we turn our attention to the combined risk of losing data and losing customer trust.
Offsite media can be lost or stolen while in transit, exposing sensitive information to potential misuse. By using AES encryption on backup data, a business can feel confident that sensitive customer information will remain safe and secure, even if the backups tapes are lost of stolen.
Published By: Quocirca
Published Date: Jul 27, 2009
With data breaches widespread, no organisation can afford to be complacent, but most data losses are avoidable. Many of the breaches making headline news are caused by the loss or theft of laptops and other portable devices. To protect themselves from financial and reputational damage, encryption technologies can reduce risks by ensuring the information on such devices is secure when users are on the move. They can also add value by allowing the secure sharing of information among authorised users and by enabling more secure remote working.