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IT & HR Policies are like wearing a mask

Who has access to your data while working from home or anywhere? Who has access to your data while working from home or anywhere? Just as a virus can deploy through a simple click of the mouse, IT & HR policies can be as strong as an N95 mask with personal protection equipment. Not having IT & HR policy is just the risk you take without a mask. “There has been a 41 % increase in data being stored on endpoints since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.”  Forrester June 2020 IT & HR policies must be administered today with realtime monitoring and behavior software to protect your endpoints. It becomes more critical as employees access and use [...]

June 30th, 2020|

If your employees are working from home, who is monitoring their user’s behavior?

Not all employees are equal when working from home. User-behavior of an employee working from home Most employees will take the easiest path to complete their work even if it means going around IT policies and downloading data to USB devices or saving copies to cloud-based storage like Dropbox, or using a personal printer attached to their home network. To them, it is just a quick and easy shortcut to get what they need done. What they do not realize is these behavior’s put your company’s data at risk. Cybercriminals are trolling more than ever today for these types of user behaviors to gain access to your data and network. “According to data received by risk consulting firm Kroll, human error was [...]

June 24th, 2020|

Today’s only data loss and user behavior software that goes with you wherever your office maybe.

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May 20th, 2020|

Podcast – How SMB can protect their business by utilizing human behavior data to prevent data loss.

Cybersecurity Podcaster Steven Deal – CISSP of Privacy Please talks with Brian Berglund – CTO of Armarius Software. This interview talks about how human behavior can be a threat to a company’s sensitive data and what can be done to protect SMB right now. The interview provides real-life examples and solutions on how to protect against human errors and malicious behavior. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/privacy-please-podcast/id1295483839

April 6th, 2020|

Making the employee data shift from work to home

As companies quickly turn employees from office workers to work at home employees, there becomes a higher risk of data loss.  Understand what users do from when they login to when they log out is the only solution to ensure the safety of your network data. The ability to protect against and detect an insider threat (Theft, fraud, data breach) becomes even more critical to the company’s data when employees work from home. Companies that are dealing with regulatory compliances have a greater need to provide proof that data has been properly utilized and not compromised.   IT & HR policies do not have a bias towards the office, and having real-time 24/7 electronic enforcement is the only safeguard to [...]

March 20th, 2020|

Everyone knows, pick four is a lottery game!

However, Cybercriminals know pick four as a 4 natural access point to breach your network. For them, it is like winning the lottery. To your employees, the pick 4 are 4 ways in which they do their jobs. Send an email with an attachment, upload files to a browser, removable drives, and printers. Many small to middle-market companies are unnecessarily exposing themselves every day to a potential breach because of these four leak points. Think about phishing just for a moment, how many times have you heard or read a story about someone clicking on a link? Employees that have access to the web, clicking around on social media sites, copying files to Google [...]

March 2nd, 2020|