IQTimecard, one of the UK’s leading providers of payroll solutions and workforce monitoring systems, is urging all businesses that operate with mobile employees to review their security policies, in light of the plethora of security risks that can threaten businesses.
A recent survey by
He adds, “At IQTimecard, we would strongly urge all businesses operating with mobile employees to review their security policies within the coming months. The rapid increase in our reliance on mobile devices has seen many businesses left behind with regards to how to manage the new technology, and we’d encourage these businesses to bolster themselves against mobile security threats to the best of their abilities, rather than leaving it to chance.”
Theft was ranked as the top security concern in as many as 78% of the organisations surveyed by InformationWeek. 45% of firms had experienced data loss within the last year, and a
In order to protect not only their clients and their business, but their employees too, businesses must move fast to secure themselves against these threats. Occurrences like loss and theft of devices can’t be helped, but systems can be put into place to prevent any others from obtaining sensitive information. Firewalls and comprehensive malware protection software are also a priority in helping to keep systems safe.
All information stored through IQTimecard is locked away on a secure server, with multiple authentication and password protection to ensure total compliance.
To find out more about IQTimecard and the changes it could make to your remote workforce, visit their website: http://www.iqtimecard.com/ Please direct press queries to
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