Considering the current stress on the supply chain of laptops and devices, there has never been a better time to re-evaluate a company’s policy on devices. The two options that most will consider are “bring-your-own-device” (BYOD) or providing a standardized device that is paid for by the company.
Do you have more work-from-home (WFH) employees now than you did last year around this time? For many Rhode Island businesses, the answer is, “Yes.”
Think of all the sensitive information that travels through your company’s email messages every day. There are messages that may contain customer account details, attachments that can include sales figures, and more.
Encryption is one form of security that many businesses don’t use enough. It’s a way to make plain text messages or documents unreadable by anyone that doesn’t have the proper decryption key.
Many tech companies are creating easier-to-use alternatives to traditional username and passwords. Apple’s “Face ID” which uses biometric authentication to unlock your phone is probably the most widely used of these innovations at present. Biometric authentication is a security process that verifies your identity based on your unique biological characteristics. Here are some examples of biometric authentication that could increasingly replace passwords in the coming years. Voice Identification: Vocal recognition technologies measure […]