lundi 19 juin 2017

Unencrypted USB drives putting UK businesses at risk

UK businesses are putting almost no effort into securing the data they keep on USB drives, which is not in line with what GDPR demands, potentially putting them at risk of being hit with huge fines. That's according to data storage firm Kingston, which concluded after polling 480 employees from companies in various industries. The storage solutions company says a fifth (20 percent) of companies don't plan on improving their security posture. More than 80 percent of USBs employees use in the UK don't use hardware-based encryption. More than a quarter (27 percent) of these drives are used to store sensitive data.… [Continue Reading]

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