Working within a secure environment is a priority for any business that handles sensitive information. Whether it’s maintaining client confidentiality or keeping employee files as secure as possible, being aware of the dangers of poor security protocols and having a plan of action is critical.
In a workplace environment, security and privacy are two of the uppermost concerns for a business to be compliant, especially when looking to integrate software to help with collaboration and productivity. At RealTyme, we have concerns around the continual use of consumer-built secure messaging apps and their safety as they were not designed from the ground up with this in mind and exist to create addiction and monetize eyeballs. Many have added additional features but only when issues were found, or concerns were raised.
A data breach is a situation no company wants to be in, and your employees certainly wouldn’t want to be the reason this has happened. Human error is one of the biggest reasons for a data breach, but also the software and platforms companies choose to use to communicate.
With total privacy high on the agenda for many business professionals, keeping what’s important away from prying eyes, end-to-end encryption (E2EE) is one of the most secure ways to communicate privately and securely online. It’s a term that has become ubiquitous with many platforms, but what is end to end encryption?