Companies operating in regulated sectors in the US, like finance or healthcare, are legally required by federal laws to archive all their business communications, including emails, SMS, and other electronic messages; this is an effort to ensure employees are not avoiding or bypassing anti-fraud or antitrust laws. Civilian government and Department of Defense organizations are now being asked to maintain SMS and call logs to comply with records maintenance and FOIA request requirements.
In a recent blog post, we introduced called Data Loss Protection (DLP), a security component and part of Zero Trust (ZT) architecture that is designed to help corporations protect information and avoid unauthorized data and document exfiltration.
According to the 2021 Insider Threat Report by Cybersecurity Insiders, 98% of all organizations are vulnerable to insider threats. It is believed that in recent years insider threats are responsible for around 60% of all compromised systems and data lost.
Trying to understand and balance an ownership model for your organization is not always as simple as needing a cost-effective mobile program such as BYOD (Bring Your Own Devices) or being in a regulated industry where your mobile population must be business only (COBO, Corporate Owned, Business Only).