Information security has become increasingly high profile in the past few years. High profile hacks, leaked databases and csv files full of user passwords have all made rather bad headlines for all involved. Attackers may use any information available to find even the smallest weakness in a system to attack. Any detail or clue about … Continue reading Maintaining security when attackers can see the code in an open-source world
It’s been a busy few weeks and I am in the process of defining the scope of an exciting new project with the Product team at Invotra. Part of the initial work is creating a schedule of work and an inventory of all of the intranet screens and screen-related components that will form the scope … Continue reading Using integrations to supercharge design workflow
Here at Invotra, we are obsessive about security. From our ISO 27001:2013 accreditation to our practice of “Dishing”, the topic of security is ingrained in our culture from the bottom to the top. Every year, Invotra has a company-wide security awareness training session which goes through any developments in our security policies, refreshes everyone’s knowledge … Continue reading How building a culture of security helps your employees to protect your organisation
We are living in an extremely fluid world of work. It has become increasingly common for organisations to have a large variety of external businesses or individuals (contract or gig work) that they use and interact with on a day-to-day, even minute-by-minute basis. This type of interaction brings with it a whole new range of … Continue reading Why use a portal?
When moving from a centralised publishing model to a distributed one it can be scary. Here are some tips based on our experience with a customer of 90,000+ users. You don’t have to lose all control whilst saving valuable hours So, you’re looking to switch to a more distributed publishing model. It’s scary because all … Continue reading Distributed publishing can be scary – 3 tips to help you get there