Friday February 21, 2020

Security Watch: Moving up the security stack

Protecting an organisation’s core data through encryption and firewalls is a relatively mature undertaking. Maintaining the security and integrity of documentation is still in its infancy

7th June, 2015
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Orla Cafferty, director, Datascan

W e’re probably all relatively familiar with encryption, firewalls, intrusion prevention and anti-virus – complex, sophisticated technologies designed to prevent external data breach. How do organisations tackle the question of data leakage, which very often occurs within the walls of the enterprise?

“In the early days, organisations were more concerned with protecting documents at rest, for example using access controls on file servers, or with document management solutions to determine who could get...

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