Large enterprise: How the big boys cover their assets

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Large enterprise: How the big boys cover their assets

Just one lone publicly disclosed identity theft incident can make even the largest enterprise beef up information security and privacy practices fast.

ChoicePoint Inc., which became the poster child for California's data breach notification law earlier this year, undertook a slew of initiatives to position itself as a company that holds customer privacy in high regard. Over just six months, the acquisitive company's lead executives stopped ...

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