Thursday February 27, 2020

Security Watch: Tackling the potential for data leaks

Email content monitoring options are becoming more sophisticated, and businesses have fewer excuses for not covering themselves properly, writes JJ Worrall.

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Steven O'Neill, business development manager, Commtech. Photo: Maura Hickey

One errant email can make a great deal of difference these days. Whether sensitive data has been sent on deliberately or accidentally the cost to a company can be huge.

Take an organisation that spends years building up and protecting customer data only for an employee to mistakenly put it in the public domain via an unintended attachment.

For each client record lost - even if it's just a name, a credit card number and...

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