Saturday September 19, 2020

Enterprise Risk Management: Keeping data under wraps

It is essential that a firm protects not only its own data, but also that of customers and clients

6th November, 2011
Angela Madden, managing director of Rits. Photo: Maura Hickey

Information is one of the great currencies of modern business, and like any property it needs to be protected. Documents can be locked in a vault, but what of the more abstract and evanescent forms of information?

Files can be encrypted and computers locked with passwords, but how can you know exactly who is seeing what? More importantly, how can you know what they are going to do with the information? But there is another...

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