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The survey says . . .

Entrust’s survey of Irish businesses’ online security showed Ireland is behind on best practices in the area. There’s room for improvement

6th September, 2015
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Bruce Morton, director of certificate technology and standards at Entrust Datacard

Data is playing an increasingly important part in the global economic landscape. That’s indisputable. With the increase in data comes a new demand on businesses to be able to consistently store more and more information. As companies seek to use this information as a commodity to gain insight into consumer behaviour, the need for more secure internal and external services arises.

Over the last decade, the popularity of e-commerce and the use of...

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