The IT Industry’s Dirty Little Secret: Most Data Breaches Occur Off-Network Headlines such as those involving the NSA and data security privacy are seen daily […]Read More
Most Companies Are Not Prepared for the Legal and Security Risks When it Comes to Their IT Assets, According to Brass Valley Whitepaper Between 70% […]Read More
Everything we do for our clients is done with the intention of preventing data breaches and/or putting them in the best position possible to recover when something goes wrong. For best practices in IT asset disposition we prescribe having an inventory list for assets that are decommissioned and sent to us to be recycled. When the reporting is received back from us, the client is encouraged to quickly reconcile and address any discrepancies.Read More
When we’re being evaluated to provide data security and asset disposition services there are 4 questions companies should be asking.
The validity of the questions above is not to be underestimated but it always seemed interesting to me that the companies focus the majority of their attention on tasks and events that happen prior to something going wrong and very little on what they would actually do if something did go wrong. Yet we’re all human and mistakes happen all the time so wouldn’t it make sense to actually think through what happens in the event of a data breach? With that in mind I’d like to suggest another set of questions to add to your evaluation list.Read More