Security is a hot topic now –and for good reason: small businesses are the target of most hacking attempts.
In 2013, seventy two percent of data breaches investigated by Verizon Communications’ forensic analysis unit in its latest Data Breach Investigations Report were focused on companies with less than 100 employees.
Small business (1 to 250 employees) accounted for 31% of all targeted attacks last year, compared with 18% in 2011, an increase of 13 percentage points–this according to Symantec’s Internet Security Threat Report 2013 (ISTR).
There’s more: According to Rosemary Tietge, Filemaker Consulting Engineer, 30% of breaches are targeted at small businesses, and 72% of those affected shut down within 24 months. If you aren’t concerned yet, watch this series of 4 videos as she talks about FileMaker and the threat landscape.
It’s past time to take security seriously in the FileMaker world. So what does that mean to you as a FileMaker developer?
Matt Navarre and Matt Petrowski have answers and thoughtfully recorded this podcast to help guide the way:
FileMaker Talk Podcast Episode 103: Security, Security, SECURITY!
Thu, 12 Feb 2015 21:26:15 -0800
Matt & Matt talk about what they know about FileMaker security and what you need to set on your files. They also discuss a bit about themes and how cool they are.
This podcast on FileMaker security is next on my list for listening. I hope it’s on your list, too.