Saturday March 28, 2020

Taking security more seriously

The increased focus on security is now trickling down to smaller firms, writes Quinton O’Reilly

10th March, 2019
Michael Conway, director, Renaissance Picture: Maura Hickey

Different priorities and technologies have meant that the issue of security is now taken more seriously by businesses.

The issue of security and privacy is in sharper focus than ever before. Once an element of a business tacked on after the model was decided, it’s now getting the attention it deserves.

If for no other reason, good security and privacy practices are becoming major selling points for consumers, who are now inundated with...

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