ARTICLES BY CHRISTINE KERN
New Data On How Remote Workers Communicate
Though email and phone dominate, instant messaging and video/web conferencing gain ground. By Christine Kern, contributing writer
Most Data Breaches Due To Employee Errors Making Cyber Education Critical
MSPs and VARs should make employee training a top priority for their clients. By Christine Kern, contributing writer
Employee Banking Data, Personal Information At Risk
Businesses face ongoing security challenges as they fail to fully engage encryption.
IBM’s Acquisition Of Truven Boosts Data Bank To 300 Million Patients
Watson Health establishing large and diverse repository of Health-related data By Christine Kern, contributing writer
One-Quarter Of Organizations Do Not Encrypt Sensitive Data
Research by AIIM revealed 26 percent of organizations have suffered customer data loss or exposure over the past year, but 25 percent do not encrypt sensitive data.
Banks Are Moving To Biometric Technology To Secure Data — And So Are Their Customers
As data breaches and other intrusions multiply, businesses that deal in sensitive data on a daily basis are scrambling to find the most effective means of protection possible.
Nearly One In Three Federal Agencies Lost Data To Insider Threats In The Last Year
According to a new study from MeriTalk, 45 percent of all federal agencies were targeted by insider threats, with 29 percent losing data to an insider incident over the past year. By Christine Kern, contributing writer
Your Higher Ed IT Clients May Be Adopting Iris Scans Over ID Cards
Biometrics is the emerging trend in identification and authentication, from fingerprint scanning to facial recognition.
Competition Aims To Recognize Developers That Further AIDC
AIM, the industry association for innovation and technology solutions in automatic identification and data capture, has announced the 2015 AIDC (Non RFID) Case Study Competition is now open for submissions through July 31. The competition is open to all AIM members and partners in an effort to promote collaboration and knowledge sharing. By Christine Kern, contributing writer