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Threat to IT department

10 reasons why users are the biggest threat to your company’s IT environment

5/4 2018

Your people are one of your company’s most valuable assets, but unfortunately users can also be one of your biggest threat when it comes to securing your IT environment. Of all the threats to your business, your own users are perhaps the most unpredictable. Some go out of their way to cause trouble, but even those who mean well can still create plenty of headaches for the IT team. Here are 10 human weaknesses which mean that users will always pose a threat to your IT environment.

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Tamas Horwath

“The market for security as cloud services has a great potential”

27/11 2017

GET TO KNOW Tamas Horvath, product manager of PKI as a Service at identity and security company Nexus Group. “The security method PKI has had a big upswing. At the same time, more and more companies are overcoming data protection and security skepticism and are making use of the advantages of cloud computing. This combination makes PKI as a service appear very attractive, for securing both IoT and traditional IT,” he says.

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“There is a time-tested security method that can reliably disarm the IoT threat”

15/11 2017

IoT (internet of things) security has now literally become a matter of life and death. “We have seen an avalanche of potentially deadly vulnerabilities in connected devices, and I don’t even want to imagine what could happen if this trajectory continues – but there is a time-tested security method that now has been modified so that it can also reliably disarm the IoT threat,” says Tejas Lagad

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Nexus and Zwipe in partnership around biometric access cards

31/8 2017

dentity and security company Nexus Group and biometric technology company Zwipe have signed a distribution agreement and launched the sale of Zwipe’s biometric access cards via the online portal Nexus GO Cards as a Service. “We already offer a very wide range of card technologies, and we are excited to announce that you can now also get access cards with integrated fingerprint sensors,” says Nexus’s Jon Land.

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