Two weeks ago we wrote about GDPR and the requirement to address USB Data Loss. This week we will be diving deeper into the specifics of GDPR, our interpretation and how secRMM can help. As a recap, GDPR is the new regulation to protect EU citizens’ personal data, replacing the current directive from 1995 and establishing […]
secRMM has always been able to offer a feature that blocks mobile devices (well, any removable storage for that matter) from mounting their file system to Windows when attached over USB but still lets it pull power from the USB port. This is the best of both worlds for the end-user and the security administrator […]
What is GDPR in Europe and how can it impact non-EU businesses? General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is rapidly approaching, organizations need to get their compliance practices in place or face some pretty steep fines. GDPR is the new regulation to protect EU citizens’ personal data, replacing the current directive from 1995 and establishing a […]
This past week a USB stick was found on the ground in the Queen’s Park area of London UK. It turns out the USB drive contained confidential details of the security practice for Heathrow Airport. The man who found the drive provided it to a British newspaper – The Sunday Mirror who then provided it […]
Cryptocurrencies such as BitCoin and Ethereum are getting a lot of attention these days. Bitcoin, created in 2009, is arguably the largest and most well known cryptocurrency with a market cap of over $99 billion. With explosive growth and popularity it’s no wonder that organizations are beginning to embrace cryptocurrencies, whether for payment transactions with […]
The implementation window to be compliant with NIST 800-171 runs out as of December 31st, 2017. Make sure you’re ready!