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Security Measures ‘Must Match Up to Data Management Needs’

November 28, 2011 No Comments

Companies must ensure they possess the appropriate technology to suit their needs, which will vary depending on how dependent they are on their IT systems, it has been claimed.

Critical losses and breaches often occur through “staff choosing to manipulate the system”, according to Centre for Cyber Security associate Mark Dempster.

In order to reduce the risk of suffering lost data or recourse to complicated file recovery procedures, businesses should be taking preventative measures.

Mr Dempster recommends companies ask themselves whether they have appropriate systems in place for their needs, but also whether or not they believe the people who have access to their data are reliable.

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