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Why isn’t every employee using some form of enterprise search?
Employees are having a hard time finding the files they need to do their jobs, yet only 38% of those surveyed are currently using or plan to deploy enterprise search.
Download our free research report to see what over 300 IT professionals said were obstacles to deploying enterprise search.
Are Employees Stealing Data Without Realizing It?
This report uncovers how much confidential information is being leaked beyond corporate walls.
In this report we look at:
Can you tell when a data breach is happening in real-time?
Our Data Breach Report indicates that only 24% of companies can detect when a breach is happening.
What's in the report?
A staggering number of organizations are taking a risk with their data by overlooking basic safeguards.
There's a very clear correlation between those that are very confident about their security and basic data protection activities like:
Most people trust businesses to protect their data despite a rise in data breaches, identity theft, and privacy mishaps.
In fact, 67% of us have sent unencrypted personal information to a business over email, assuming that data will be protected.
What's in the report?
Over 50% of employees say someone has lost a personal device with important company data on it.
In February of 2013, Varonis conducted an online survey to examine the impact of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) on work habits, productivity, and data security.
The results were a bit unsettling:
Nearly Half of IT Staff Fear Unauthorized Access To Virtual Servers.
According to Gartner, there are more than 50 million virtual machines residing on servers. Varonis surveyed VMWorld attendees in San Francisco and Barcelona about VM deployment and security. Download the full report to see what we found.
Are You Ready to Declare Email Bankruptcy?
Whether we realize it or not, our inboxes are world-writable to-do lists. Some of us have reached a breaking point -- consumed by more than 500 emails per day. We are spending hours flagging, tagging, and responding.
It's a reality: email may be eating our productivity. Find out just how bad it is.
Every day we create 2.5 quintillion bytes of data that we have to process, manage, protect, backup and move. IT pros know that moving bits isn't easy. There are lots of factors to consider: availability, security, cross-platform issues, and more.
What are the top 8 things that would make data migrations easier? Read our full report on data and domain migrations.
BYOS is threatening to sweep past all company defences and carry away the company data. Find out how companies are reacting.
Here's a sneak peak:
Varonis surveyed IT workers from over 400 organizations to gauge their adoption and perception of security of cloud collaboration services.
The results indicate that organizations may soon be under pressure to better control the data that makes its way into the cloud.
At Infosecurity Europe 2012, we conducted a survey to determine what IT security professionals were thinking about big data. Over 180 attendees responded, answering questions about whether they thought the definition of big data itself was clear, whether it is or will be a priority for their organizations, and how they might like to use it.
IT security pros were most interested in using big data analytics to:
In March of 2012, Varonis introduced an online survey to explore organizational adoption of current data protection practices and confidence levels, and how data protection practices correlate with data protection activities.
The data points are pretty clear that we’re in a world where the PC is one device among many. According to Gartner, worldwide PC sales (desktop and laptop) are expected to decline by 7% by the end of 2013. This is not just a temporary trend but, in fact, the sign of a long term slide. Gartner also predicts that sales of tablet devices, at around 467 million units, will surpass PCs by 2017i .
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