Put a process in place for compliant data transfer
Human error can lead to serious data breaches, so putting the right procedures in place is essential, Danielle Cussen, managing director at Wizuda, tells Jason Walsh
Data breaches that garner front-page headlines are typically dramatic affairs, often massive and, at least recently, have had a political cast. While such national and international outrages are real, the majority of data breaches occur for much more prosaic reasons, and principal among them is human error.
“As can be seen from the reports analysing the causes of data breaches, human error and manual processes are the leading underlying causes of problems,” said Danielle Cussen,...
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