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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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Intercede in the media

October 22, 2014

Intercede’s Richard Parris speaks to Computer Weekly about BYOD and mobility

Parris said mobility is about productivity and enablement, so if users are finding it too complicated to use, they’re not getting the benefit of productivity. “If security gets in the way of it being used – such that employees don’t bother accessing data on the move, then you’re not getting the business benefit.” he said.

Computer Weekly

October 22, 2014

Staff ‘ignorance of BYOD policies’ compromising corporate data, research suggests

Corporate data is being exposed to security risks by the ignorance of UK staff about employers’ policies on the use of personal devices for work, according to new research from Intercede.

Out-Law.com

October 22, 2014

Workers put off mobile business apps due to password complications and network security fears

Intercede’s survey of 1,074 US employees across a range of industries revealed that almost a third (30%) thought their networks weren’t secure enough for business apps.

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