Companies routinely store large quantities of sensitive information on a single device, exposing employee, contractor, vendor and customer data in the theft of a laptop from an employee’s car or workspace.
No longer the stuff of science fiction, we’ll soon be sharing the road with self-driving cars. Google and Apple are on the road with prototypes first, while traditional automakers are scrambling to get their versions out of the garage.
Humans do reckless things. We can’t help it. People download malware accidentally. Team members forget a protocol or skip a step when they’re in a hurry. Laptops, tablets and phones are lost and stolen.
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