Tags: Confidential information

Demand for IT security skills grows in line with adoption of cloud and mobile technologies

IT security professionals are set to be in huge demand for the rest of 2015, according to a new report from Robert Half Technology. Almost half (47 percent) of UK CIOs predict that they will appoint additional IT security personnel to their teams this year.  A similar number (45 percent) say that they will enhance cloud…

Fellowes urges businesses to prevent careless confidentiality in the office

Fellowes, is helping HR managers to empower their employees with a free-to-download asset pack to help protect confidential company information. Research shows that more than a quarter of office workers (27%) leave behind confidential paper-based information on a printer, 15 % on a scanner, and even in plain view of the wider workforce in the staff canteen…

45% of office workers have seen salary and appraisal information carelessly left out

It is World Paper Free Day today (24th October). And a study from storage and information management company Iron Mountain shows that one in 10 office workers in the UK describe their workplace as “paper free”. Many others, however, suggest that their organisation is failing to manage its paper records securely, leaving sensitive and confidential information at…

Do your employees exit your company with confidential data?

A survey by systems security provider, Symantec, found that 53% of company employees do not believe businesses suffer any harm if they take data belonging to a company when they leave it. Its report said: “Over half do not believe that using competitive data taken from a previous employer is a crime. Employees attribute ownership…

Confidential customer information most at risk when office workers switch jobs

Iron Mountain study shows sensitive customer data to be the main target for half (51%) of employees taking information when they exit London, UK – 16 July 2012. One in three (32%) employees have taken or forwarded confidential information out of the office on more than one occasion, according to a recent survey commissioned by…