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Security Watch: The poor relation

Do organisations apply the same diligence to document security as they do to their core IT systems and data? Deirdre Cashion investigates

7th June, 2015
Michael Conway, director, Renaissance

The recent strengthening of data protection laws has intensified the spotlight on information governance and compliance. And that doesn’t just apply to the systems, applications or databases that fuel the business day to day. It also applies to the security and integrity of documentation that organisations hold in either hard copy or digital format.

As more and more documents are digitally shared through myriad communication channels, the potential for data leakage, either accidentally...

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