Tuesday July 14, 2020

Prepare for the unknown unknowns

Róisín Kiberd writes about the need for companies to play smart and sensible when it comes to protecting their most vital assets

3rd April, 2016
Derek Mizak, senior solutions consultant at Ergo Picture: Maura Hickey

You might not know a data breach when you see one. You might not realise anything has happened for several months, until suddenly you discover you’ve lost the personal details of your customers, are being fined under the Data Protection Act and still aren’t sure how the whole incident happened.

Lost laptops and USB sticks, typos in email addresses and unpatched company websites can all lead to data leakage — with...

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