Convenient messaging services are everywhere, and most people will access them daily for some form of communication via a smartphone, tablet, or desktop app. However, whilst the market has a plethora of messaging apps for public use, how confident are you that the information being sent is completely private?
The market is overwhelmed by messaging app options for consumers and businesses. It is growing considerably and goes far beyond the popular options most users are aware of and use. From WhatsApp to Facebook Messenger, Signal to Telegram and many more, are they all equally providing the service they should?
In a connected, data-driven world, the ease with which information can be shared, communicated, and collaborated on is taken for granted. With the exponential rise of data sharing platforms and communication hubs making it simple for consumers, the concern around data privacy has grown too.
Protecting your business from the impact of a data breach is something many companies must take seriously. In June, it was reported that the amount of data breach notifications received by data protection and privacy authorities had on average increased across Europe by 66%.