It seems as if hardly a day goes by without some ne’er do well grabbing headlines concerning a hack. A hospital, financial institution, government entity, etc. Occasionally we run across something on the dark web where information is being offered for sale.
“the file had personal data of more than 33 million living and deceased South Africans, including names, physical addresses, phone numbers, e-mail addresses, employers, ethnicities, genders, IDs, home ownership statuses, job titles.”
Week after week, hack after hack, when are these companies using little or no security going to be held accountable? Some companies cry they are too small or have razor-thin profit margins and simply cannot afford to secure their data. If this is true then what business do they have handling sensitive personal information in the first place?
If this doesn’t demonstrate a huge need for a secure Enterprise management system such as UEM, I don’t really know what does.