Sunday February 23, 2020

Security Watch: Legal minefield awaits the unprepared

Companies have to cover themselves to make sure they're legally protected when data is leaked, writes JJ Worrall.

2nd June, 2012
Paul Kinsella, vice-president, J2 Global Europe.

No one wants to be treated like a child though in the case of email security policy, it's a necessary evil.

From a legal standpoint security experts warn that unless particular rules on email usage are documented within company policy, a plea of ignorance from the employee in question will leave organisations counting the cost of their error.

"It's a case of 'If you don't tell me I should not do something then there's no...

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