Organisations’ IT departments should ensure users use authorised devices to access company systems.
By MERCY NJUE
Company information systems contain confidential information that could include trade secrets, financial information, employee information, forecasts “” and competitive analysis within the industry. The bigger the organisation, the higher the security risk. Large organisations contain information stored in multiple databases for the respective units, departments “” and branches. Information is processed, accessed “” and stored at different levels of the organisation “” and at different departments. Each system has a password “” and rights allocation matrixes, that is, individually assigned with read “” and/or write rights.Read More