With the rapid rise of integrated technology, there’s no evading the widespread use of cell phones, tablets, laptops, and wearable devices… That’s why businesses and government agencies have adopted BYOD, or Bring Your Own Device policies, as they’ve found less of a need to provide computers and cell phones for employees who already have their own.
While the term seems to be ubiquitous, cloud computing is a relatively new innovation within the tech industry. However, in order to fully understand the convenience and importance of cloud computing, we need to know what network infrastructure looked like in the past. Let’s start back in the early days when IT infrastructure was centralized.
More often than not, organizations see cyber criminals from other countries as the biggest threat to their security. While it’s true that China, Russia, and India do play home to many fraudsters, the United States is no exception. In fact, a large share of cyber security threats actually start from within the organization.