Royal Mail data breach: A statement from Faki Saadi, Director of Sales, France, UK and Ireland, at SOTI.
November 2022 by Faki Saadi, Director of Sales, France, UK and Ireland, at SOTI
In response to the news that Royal Mail’s Click and Drop website has leaked information, please see below a statement from Faki Saadi, Director of Sales, France, UK and Ireland, at SOTI.
In his statement, Faki discusses how crucial it is for companies to use technology like Enterprise Mobility Management if the the digital transformation of the courier and postal services industries is to be successful.
“The Royal Mail is ramping up its digitalisation to keep up with today’s customer expectations and demands. A recent example is its unveiling of barcode stamps to connect letters and post to the digital world. The data leak of its Click and Drop website and accidental sharing of personal data amongst customers is a stark reminder that rapid digitalisation and unmanaged devices come with risks.
With courier staff working daily with mobile devices and barcode scanners across the sector, and parcels now equipped with smart labelling and tracking, it is vital that the a proven Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) solution is deployed to help mitigate risk and manage all devices.
An EMM such as the SOTI ONE Platform, will provide companies, like Royal Mail, with visibility and control over where their business-critical mobile devices are, where the devices are located, how they’re performing, and what security or compliance updates are required. Only with this in hand will the digital transformation of the courier and postal services industries be successful, and excellent customer service delivered.”