Keeping out the data thieves

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The digitization of virtually all of modern businesses’ intellectual property puts us in a situation today where we are vulnerable to a new breed of security threat. High capacity digital storage devices, such as the USB flash drives, home broadband connections with VPN and the threat of malware are all mechanisms by which thieves can get their hands on your data.

A number of recent high profile cases highlight the problem, including the June National Infrastructure Coordination Centre (www.niscc.gov.org) warning that hundreds of UK businesses were being targeted by far-Eastern cyber-criminal gangs and the recent Israeli spyware arrests. Phishing and ...

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