Visual Privacy: Is it the Weak Link in Your Data Security Strategy?
Date: Thursday, Mar. 3rd 2011
Time: 2:00 p.m. ET/11:00 a.m. PT
Did you know two-thirds of working professionals expose sensitive corporate data outside the workplace – some even exposing highly regulated and confidential information like customer credit card and social security numbers?
Visual Privacy – the protection of sensitive information as it is displayed on screen – is an emerging issue in information security and an under-addressed area of risk in corporate security policies. Given the rapid digitization of sensitive information and the growing mobility of workers today, the need to protect displayed information has grown substantially.
Dr. Hugh Thompson, Chief Security Strategist of People Security and author of the new Visual Data Breach Risk Assessment Study, reveals key findings from the study and discusses the risk and impact of a visual data breach due to careless employees and a lack of policy and controls.
In this webcast Dr. Hugh Thompson will address the following:
· Is visual privacy important and is corporate information actually ever put at risk?
· Why is it important to address visual privacy in your corporate date security strategy?
· How can you effectively educate your employees to ensure that your company data is properly protected at all times -- while it is stored, transmitted and viewed?
Dr. Herbert H. Thompson, chief security strategist, People Security