Monday May 25, 2020

Securing the keys to the kingdom

Pushing data out to the cloud can help with security, but it doesn’t mean an end to all responsibilities, writes Jason Walsh

4th March, 2018
John Ryan, chief executive, Zinopy

Equifax, Target, LinkedIn, Just Eat, Yahoo, Carphone Warehouse . . . what do these businesses have in common? On the face of it, not much, but they are all members of a club that no one wants to join: the data breach club.

There is no mileage in sneering, however, as data breaches are now the daily reality of doing business. In fact, if you can find a company whose data hasn’t been breached . . . wait...

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