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Protect your documents

Documents are the lifeblood of most organisations so ensuring they do not fall into the wrong hands is vital, writes Ross O’Neill

5th June, 2016
Dr Vivienne Mee, chief executive and founder of VM Forensics

Document security, an often overlooked area of information security within organisations both traditional and modern, is becoming extremely important as the risk of confidential documents falling into the wrong hands within our ever-mobile industry grows and with it client concerns. With this in mind, document security is important for the same reason as any other form of IT security: to reduce the risk of a data breach.

Ponemon Institute, which conducts independent research in information...

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