For many commercial and public-sector organisations, traditional operational models still hold sway. But as digital innovation transofrms the global economy, successful delivery of product and services will require a fundamental reorientation from 'process first' to 'culture first.'Read More Read More
The concept of an insider threat is a simple one: it is a risk of breach from individuals within a given organization (e.g. employees or contractors)—either intentionally or unintentionally. I don’t know any serious enterprise around the globe that is not burning ergs on insider threat prevention. In fact, 90% of all organizations feel vulnerable to a breach from an insider.Read More Read More
Columbus, Ohio-based Wiretap released its first Human Behavior Risk Analysis Report, spanning analysis and in-depth research of employee behavior that threatens organizational security, compliance and culture.Read More Read More
A new report quantifies what every manager instinctively knows: private messaging within collaboration tools can hide worrying content sent between employees. This can include confidential and sensitive data inappropriately shared, password sharing, and even toxic sentiment that could harm workplace productivity or highlight a nascent insider threat.Read More Read More
A new report out today from Wiretap measured the prevalence of insider risks from collaborative communication tools, both in public and private conversations. It found the platforms are rife with uncontrolled sharing of sensitive information and password sharing.Read More Read More
Why are we being watched more and more by technology, including in the workplace? Is it an aid to hard work, or prelude to oppression?
Wiretap co-founder Jeff Schumann creates software that monitorsemployee activity on workplace messaging apps. He says his technology is good, and can protect employees from backstabbing co-workers.
But to many, this technology has sinister potential. Professor Andre Spicer at Cass Business School in London says it is a reminder for employees of who is boss.
Ben Waber, president of a firm called Humanyze, tells presenter Ed Butler it has huge potential when it comes to spotting the previously unknown patterns of good productivity. Even having bigger lunch tables in the office canteen can increase output, as workers have more opportunity to chat and share ideas, he says.Read More Read More
NEWS ANALYSIS: Oxfam is an international confederation of 20 organizations working together with partners in more than 90 countries. It's now using new-gen tools such as Workplace for Facebook, Okta for security and Aware by Wiretap for governance and compliance ahead of GDPR.Read More Read More
An essential part of the digital transformation story is the reorientation of the enterprise for speed and agility. And organizational speed and agility demand that the modern enterprise embrace new ways of internal communication and collaboration. This need had led most organizations to adopt the latest generation of collaboration platforms such as Yammer, Slack, and Facebook Workplace.Read More Read More
Organizations using Workplace by Facebook will now have access to Aware’s Data Management Module, allowing them to manage retention policies and platform data in a content-specific, collaborative environment. This solution helps protect against increasing privacy concerns and facilitate enterprise-level General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Compliance.Read More Read More
As processors, what should we do to get ready and balance the equation of accountability and risk in the establishment of contracts with controllers? Further, what does due care look like in managing operations as a processor to ensure a reasonable chance at compliance?Read More Read More