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Top 3 concerns about security and mobile barcoding


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RFgen dives into the 3 top concerns that companies have with security and mobile barcoding. Security is and should be top of mind for organization leaders. “Research shows that cybercrime could cost the world $10.5 trillion by 2025, with an average cost of a data breach coming in at $3.86 million in 2020. Companies find the need to plan for security risks, so they aren’t caught in a data breach.

  • The Cloud isn’t secure– As many organizations are moving their ERP applications data to the cloud, more than 90% are concerned about the security of cloud technology. RFgen serves as a trusted broker for organizations’ networks, optimizing their cloud environment and ensuring there is never a direct connection between your enterprise data and the outside.
  • Protecting crucial data– There may be a lot of confusion or lack of knowledge on how to protect crucial data. Multi-factor authentication has become a standard for data security and RFgen also defines additional user access controls including:
    1. What roles does someone have access to
    2. What applications they can use
    3. Who is allowed to log in and from where
  • Unsure about what security measures to put in place– it is a bit daunting when you have to consider the potential issues your company may face with data security and the unforeseen attacks that may take place. There are a few simple steps you can ensure are in place when you implement a mobile technology:
    1. Software or application displays connect only to what your employees need for their job.
    2. Your entire mobile software suite has safeguards like single sign-on and encryption.
    3. You can whitelist devices you connect to with unique identities.

When it comes to securing your data, having a trusted advisor working alongside you is important. Pragmatyxs can help support the solutions that RFgen provides for mobile barcoding and you can feel confident that your data is secure.