Time for a tighter hold on IM usage

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While users are basking in the delights of the latest powerful communication tool, employers are likely to pay the price unless they implement strong policies that will help avoid any major threats, as Ron Condon reports

It's an old cliché that most of the risks in information security come from within – you are more likely to be damaged by an ignorant or disgruntled employee than an outside hacker. But the point has taken on new force with the recent growth of instant messaging (IM) in the workplace. It ...

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