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What we learnt about business security throughout April

By May 15, 2015June 22nd, 2022No Comments

April was all about security on IT Channel Expert. From data leaks and human errors to cyber attacks and security in schools, we covered the sector extensively with white papers, reports and opinions from the tech industry.

While it was no surprise to find out that security is an integral part of running a business in this day and age, over the past month a number of our contributors have discussed topics that may be brand new security issues to think about for some business owners.

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As the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to increase in popularity, and starts to seriously be considered for use in business, it was interesting to discover what security risks it will bring to the corporate world. As GfK’s James Simoniti points out in his opinion piece: “While in the home, an IoT error may simply lead to too many groceries being ordered by the smart fridge, there is much more at stake for businesses – from corporate data to human lives.”

Robert Brown’s Patch Tuesday article made IT Channel Expert’s top 10 most popular pieces of the month. Read the full article at