Shut the door on data crime once and for all

A decade ago, the IT security incidents that made the headlines involved the discovery of a new computer virus - probably one constructed in the bedroom of a bored teenager.

21st February, 2009

A decade ago, the IT security incidents that made the headlines involved the discovery of a new computer virus - probably one constructed in the bedroom of a bored teenager.

Today, stolen laptops, mislaid mobile phones and lost USB keys are more likely candidates for the main evening news. The high profile of some of the victims involved have lent the issue even greater urgency.

What’s more worrying still is the nature of the data...

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