Data security isn’t just one thing; it’s layers
Security layers are often categorized as:
- the physical layer—things like fences, vaults and armed guards.
- the administrative layer—covers training procedures, security audits and job rotation.
- the technological layer—usually what we think of first and made up of passwords, encryption and firewalls.
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As we launch our new cloud platform we’ve been asked how we secure data in the cloud.
So to give you the full scoop, from the ground up, we wrote a brand new whitepaper – Cloud Services Security in PaperCut MF.A conversation with Chris about security and stuff – part 2
In an earlier post, Chris and I were talking about human negligence as a prime contributor to print security breaches. As in, people leaving sensitive documents lying about by mistake.
Now, I don’t shy away from a little gossip in my blog posts, so I ask Chris if he’s heard any horror stories about human negligence.A conversation with Chris about security and stuff – part 1
Chatting with Chris Dance, PaperCut founder and CEO, can be a challenge. Not because of his position, mind you – he’s incredibly personable and always up for a chat.
No, it’s more because of his intellect. In a nutshell, he’s a little smarter than me. That’s the facts. Just like I’m a little taller than him, he’s a little smarter.
Here’s how it went …