In the past, all corporate services used to be located on-premises, behind well-guarded walls. With the rise of mobile devices and the need to access all services, from anywhere, on any type of device, organizations have been leveraging cloud providers to host more and more services, seeking to optimize both cost and availability.
Cybersecurity is here to stay, and chances are you already have some tools to protect your network, users, and devices. Most organizations are already using a multitude of tools and solutions to manage and secure their entire mobile fleet, endpoints, and network, but are they making the most out of them? Your Security Posture is not about deploying all security solutions and turning all the switches on, but identifying the risks, assessing them accordingly and applying the solution to address...
After an unconventional year like 2020, with an unexpected pandemic putting the whole world on a hold, 2021 was largely expected to be back to “business as usual” with employees returning to the office as vaccines became available and the threat of COVID dwindled.
Initially introduced on computers as a replacement for LPT, PS/2, or serial ports (e.g., printers, scanners, mouses), USB ports and USB devices have now been part of our life for more than 25 years already. They are the standard when it comes to charging mobile and portable devices; we can find USB charging port/station pretty much anywhere, from a Starbucks to an airport.