Tag: Policy

Could your device be putting your employer at risk?

Back in 2012, our research into CIOs’ attitudes towards security threw up some interesting insights into IT leaders’ attitudes towards BYOD (Bring Your Own Device). Now, almost a year on, a new Gemalto study has shed further light on the BYOD phenomenon: this time from the point-of-view of employees. In a whitepaper, entitled ‘The Weakest […]

French CIOs’ ability to economize will serve them well

In the final installment of our series of examining CIOs’ attitudes towards security, we turn our attention to France. Perhaps the most striking aspect of France’s attitudes towards IT security is the power wielded by CIOs themselves. 70% of French respondents said that the CIO took responsibility for IT security within their organization – higher […]

Bring your own debate – what’s your view?

Our recent CIO research has suggested that remote access is a security sore-point for many businesses. We picked up on this trend and charted the overall security attitudes of USA, UK, French, German and Nordic workers in the whitepaper we released exposing what keeps a CIO awake at night. Last week, John E Dunn of […]

To BYOD or not to BYOD – A CIO headache

The next in our series of blog posts looking at the security issues affecting CIOs in the modern era focuses on the rise of personal internet devices being used at work. In fact, there’s a good chance you’re reading this post on a personal device, perhaps on an enterprise internet connection? It’s something we’re all […]

Developing an Enterprise IT security policy

Security is as much about the use policies as it is about technology deployed – in fact some might argue that defining policies for network security is the most important step no matter how sophisticated your security architecture. With this in mind, today we have a guest contributor to the Enterprise Security blog, Joe Schembri from Villanova University, who gives us some helpful hints on how to develop an enterprise IT security policy.