News Coverage

  • Uber Exposes Nearly 1,000 of its Driver’s Personal Documents

    SC MagazineRobert Abel|Oct 14, 2015

    “Uber app inadvertently gave access to nearly 1,000 personal documents belonging to 674 drivers that contained social security numbers, scans of driver’s licenses, tax forms and other information. Securing files containing confidential and regulated data must take a front seat at Uber.”

  • Though Less Publicized, Data Leaks Are More Prevalent Than Data Breaches

    Government TechnologyEyragon Eidam|Oct 14, 2015

    “While not as attention-grabbing as malicious data breaches, data leaks offer their own set of concerns and challenges for organizations handling sensitive and confidential information. And the question becomes, once that (file) data leaves the safeguard of a perimeter or a container, you lose security, you lose auditability, tracking and potentially lose integrity.”

  • Decision Makers Lack File Collaboration Security Confidence

    ECM ConnectionKatie Wike|Oct 6, 2015

    “Inappropriate file sharing with others inside the organization, with those outside the organization, and through malware and hackers were cited as the most likely causes of data leakage.”

  • 15 Million T-Mobile Customer Records Exposed

    Credit Union TimesRoy Urrico|Oct 2, 2015

    “The information stolen from Experian can be combined with data from other sources and potentially used in sophisticated attacks.”

  • Survey Roundup: ?A Critical Look at Board Debate

    WSJBen DiPietro|Oct 2, 2015

    “Don’t Trust Us:? A survey of 153 information security executives in North America by IT analyst firm Enterprise Management Associates and file security company FinalCode found 84% of respondents said they had little to no confidence in their organization’s ability to secure confidential files.”

  • Experian Hack Exposes Data of 15 Million T-Mobile Consumers

    Security Week News Editor|Oct 2, 2015

    “The T-Mobile and Experian relationship illustrates the importance of tracking and auditing the use of sensitive and regulated data in different forms throughout its lifecycle and processing supply chain.”

  • 84% of IT Pros Have Moderate to No Confidence in Ability to Secure Files

    eSecurity PlanetJeff Goldman |Oct 2, 2015

    “Unfortunately, the protection of sensitive, confidential, and regulated data within files being shared both internally and externally remains a significant source of exposure within many organizations.? Twenty percent of respondents said files inappropriately shared with others inside the company served as the most likely cause of data leakage, followed by files inappropriately shared with others outside the company…”

  • Experian-T-Mobile US Hack: ‘We trusted them, now that trust is broken’

    The RegisterJohn Leydon|Oct 2, 2015

    “It’s become commonplace to offer credit monitoring to victims of a data privacy breach, but other attacks could fall outside the monitored time period.”

  • File Security: Risks, Threats and Investment

    AxisElaine Sanchez Wilson |Sep 30, 2015

    “A recent report indicates that 80 percent of IT decision makers say they have experienced file data leakage incidents, with 84 percent expressing moderate to no confidence in their capacity to secure confidential files…”

  • File Insecurity: The Final Data Leakage Frontier

    Help Net SecurityMirko Zorz|Sep 30, 2015

    “The key findings of a new FinalCode report revealed that all responding organizations expressed significant concern for risk of data leakage due to inappropriate sharing or unauthorized access to files containing sensitive, confidential or regulated information. Correspondingly, more than 80 percent of survey participants were aware of data leakage incidents in their organizations.”

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