“Additional vulnerabilities found in just under one in five of the tested applications include sensitive data being stored in the application source code and insufficient protection against cyber attacks using brute-force techniques.”
Facebook and its relationship with Cambridge Analytica, a company that licensed the personal data of the social network’s users, has rightly grabbed a lot of recent headlines. GDPR seeks to protect your personal data from abuse and was approved by the European parliament in 2016.
There’s no need to vote on this: our policy of using cloud apps for mobile devices makes your business more stable and secure. Timewatch uses ‘storeless’ cloud apps for mobile devices and we believe they are the best option for everyone within your organization.
With the cloud, there’s nothing to download, no device support issues, no IT department needed, no issues with compatibility, and no issues with upgrades.
With offices and customers in the UK, USA, Australia, and Asia, we are sometimes asked about the location of our data storage facilities for users of our cloud-based products. As Brexit is now a reality, we have a simple answer when a British-based customer asks where its data will be stored. We have the same answer when a customer sees we have offices around the world.