Organizations around the world are at risk of sharing highly sensitive information through visual hacking in business office environments.
An international investment management company serving high-wealth individuals and institutional customers use privacy filters to help protect proprietary information within their new open floor plan offices.
Educate your organization's workforce, create specific policies, and provide solutions to help prevent breaches.
As a U.S.-based company with global reach, the protection of visual privacy is a top concern for executives.
Separating employees into risk groups can help when building an operational strategy around visual privacy.
A Global Management Consulting Firm took steps to reduce the risk of visual hacking by employing the use of privacy filters.
The healthcare industry has gone through a data revolution over the past decade. Addressing visual privacy is more important than ever.
Learn how to build a response plan to secure medical data when a visual privacy incident is reported to limit potential harm to patients.
A National Retail Pharmacy Chain uses privacy filters to supplement their compliance program with healthcare industry regulations and provides privacy training and education to employees.
The office without walls, coupled with the vast consumerization of devices that can now access the organizational infrastructure without actually being issued by the company, has become a troublesome recipe for carelessness and data exposure.
In the financial services industry, the protection of customer data and internal financial statements is non-negotiable.
Institutions of higher education expect to cut 20% of their IT budget by moving applications to the cloud
Cheating in schools has become easier and more prevalent in recent years.
With the explosive growth in worker mobility, enterprises are faced with more screens in public places.
The Department of Defense and its key Information Technology players, including the Defense Information Security Agency and the DoD Chief Information Officer, are embarking on a new enterprise technology project designed to increase the efficiency of the US military in peace, crisis and war.
The federal government sees the use of mobile devices as fundamental for its’ agencies.
There is both a critical need and a basic expectation that the federal government will keep sensitive and classified information secure. But how is visual privacy being addressed?
The explosion of powerful mobile devices over the past few years has put them front and center in a number of enterprises as employees begin to demand they be incorporated into the corporate workflow.
One critical area of data-in-use protection is Visual Privacy, the act of protecting sensitive, confidential and private information from Visual Hacking, or the act of viewing or capturing sensitive, confidential and private information for unauthorized use.