Remote workers stuff up security
IT decision-makers know and worry
More than a third of UK IT decision-makers admitted that their remote workers have already knowingly put corporate data at risk of a breach in the last year, according to an annual survey.
UK government departments leak personal data
Freedom of Information requests show a bit of a mess
A report based on Freedom of Information (FoI) requests shows that the UK government is losing rather a lot of personal data.
Apricorn claims to have released the largest encrypted drive
18TBs to go
Apricorn has released of an 18TB version of its Aegis Padlock DT FIPS Desktop Drives claiming it is the first to bring an 18TB encrypted drive to market, delivering high performance and mass capacity.
UK government lost 1,000 devices in the last year
Have they looked down the back of the sofa?
Security hardware maker Apricorn has released a report indicating that UK government departments have lost or had stolen more than 1,000 devices in the past year.
Apricorn Aegis Secure Key 3NXC arrives
First one with a built-in USB-C connector
Apricorn launched the Aegis Secure Key 3NXC which it claims is the first device to have a built-in USB-C connector and the only hardware-encrypted USB that is compatible with the next generation of laptops, smartphones, tablets and hubs, without the need for a separate A-to-C adapter.
Humans are the biggest threat to personal data
The machines are ok
Hardware encryption outfit Apricorn has come up with a survey which found a per cent of respondents believe that humans pose the biggest threat to their data.