Today, digital security requires the attention of all employees in a company. Unfortunately, the digital revolution has greatly increased exposure to attack risks, and so no company is safe from cyber-attack that provides data loss that is essential to the proper operation of the business. And who thinks this should be a concern only of large companies is wrong: all companies are at risk if they don’t protect their information. In today’s article, we’ve selected the best practices to keep your business data safe!
Data protection is a topic that requires a lot of attention from managers and IT managers in organizations. Increasingly there are sophisticated forms of data theft and legislation requires companies to protect the personal data of their customers and other stakeholders. However much a company protects your information, unfortunately nothing can guarantee you that it stays protected forever. Nevertheless, there are solutions and practices that drastically reduce the likelihood of theft and loss of data. In today’s article, we selected 6 essential data protection practices in 2019!
Recently, a study found that most hotels don’t adequately protect the data that collects. Increasingly, we are faced with news of this type, which is worrying given the increased security threats. In addition to the increase in these threats, companies still face the “heavy hand” of the GDPR: in Portugal, the new legislation has already made its first “victims” through penalties for offenders. In a digital age where we deal with information every day, we must know how to protect ourselves from the main threats to data security. We’ve prepared 5 key tips to make sure your information is not lost or exposed!
The GDPR is already in place and has already begun to make its first “victims”. Many people doubted the existence of large fines, but the truth is that several European companies were fined due to legal failures. Among the main causes of fines are the following: undue access to data by an excessive number of users, breach of data integrity and confidentiality due to lack of preventive measures and inability to ensure the technical implementation of previous measures. Companies that are fined for failure to comply with the new legislation have a long way to go to regain the trust of their customers and other stakeholders. In today’s article, we leave some tips for getting back on the heels of a GDPR fine!