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October 22, 2014

Corporate data at risk from workers’ lack of knowledge or concern about BYOD policies

Wide-scale survey shows almost a quarter of workers are completely unaware of their corporate mobile access policies while 40% can access data on devices without permission LONDON – Leading digital identity expert Intercede today revealed the results of its latest research The Rise of the Identity Centric Economy, which found the security of corporate data Read More

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October 7, 2014

Intercede shortlisted for PwC’s AIM Awards

Intercede recognised amongst most innovative and fastest growing companies on AIM’s growing businesses index London, UK, October 7, 2014 – Leading digital identity specialist Intercede today announced it has been shortlisted for the prestigious Best Technology award in the London Stock Exchange’s (LSE) annual AIM Awards. The AIM index comprises start-up enterprises and smaller publicly Read More

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September 29, 2014

ShellShock vulnerability assessment

Recently, reports in the media have highlighted the ‘ShellShock’ vulnerability that affects the Bash component of Unix based operating systems. https://www.us-cert.gov/ncas/current-activity/2014/09/24/Bourne-Again-Shell-Bash-Remote-Code-Execution-Vulnerability https://www.cert.gov.uk/resources/alerts/update-bash-vulnerability-aka-shellshock/ Intercede have evaluated the potential problems with respect to MyID installations and are pleased to advise that we have not found any direct risks posed to MyID by ShellShock. Bash is a component Read More

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October 24, 2014

IT are the new superheroes of enterprise

A recent report from Intercede revealed that 8% of UK employees had used shadow IT practices to get company data without their employer’s permission. One in five (21%) said they knew they needed permission to access data from mobile, but went ahead and did it anyway.

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October 24, 2014

Corporate data at risk from workers’ lack of concern about BYOD policies

Richard Parris, CEO of Intercede said: “By bypassing companies’ BYOD policies and not taking regulations into account when accessing sensitive data, employees are leaving the back door open to hackers. CIOs are currently in a difficult position.”

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October 23, 2014

Just 5% of workers concerned about losing company data

A new piece of research has found that while companies may have a BYOD policy in place – or they certainly should have by now – some employees can be ignorant of said policy, and liable to cause trouble as a result. This survey took in 1,200 UK employees across a number of industry sectors,

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