The real cost of a security breach

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Failing to protect corporate data opens the corporate purse with no guarantee that it will ever be closed again.

Failing to protect corporate data opens the corporate purse with no guarantee that it will ever be closed again.IT security in the early 1990's was relatively simple. Data was stored on mainframes, access control was limited and the need to share data was very limited. Today the rules have ...

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