July 21, 2013 in Accessories (F)
[prMac.com] Cluj-Napoca, Romania - Latest data security trends - BYOD, Mobile Device Management, Data Loss Prevention - have led to a flood of information addressed to IT professionals, decision makers and users, as well.
With this in mind, CoSoSys, vendor of award-winning Data Loss Prevention (DLP) and Mobile Device solutions, wanted to remind that simple concepts are behind all of these solutions and present daily situations that lead to data loss.
The comics are divided in 4 issues, each containing different scenarios with BYOD, security threats coming from the use of mobile devices at work, issues deriving from the use of mobile apps within the company and data breaches caused by the loss of smartphones and tablets. They are available here (endpointprotector.com/resources/comics) in 6 languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Hungarian and Romanian.
"Bringing humor and creativity in IT security is not something easy to accomplish, but it is definitely something worth trying, since it has previously brought us results in terms of data security awareness and how people digest the information. We are committed to make things easier, not only through our products, but also through the way we communicate with our clients, partners and users, "said Roman Foeckl, CoSoSys CEO.
CoSoSys Endpoint Protector Solution is an innovative Device Control, Data Loss Prevention and Mobile Device Management (MDM) solution designed to minimize internal and external threats and reduce data leakage risks.
CoSoSys is specialized in network endpoint security for Windows and Mac and development of software for portable storage device enhancement. The application portfolio includes functions from password security, data synchronization and network security. CoSoSys distributes its products globally through the world’s leading hardware manufacturers, software Distributors, Resellers and directly to users.CoSoSys enjoys a continuously growing installation base of users worldwide. The company has offices in Germany, the United States and Romania.