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Risk management should be an integral part of an organisation’s information security policy to protect the confidentiality of your corporate information, disruption to services and lost business costs.  The process of risk management is an ongoing iterative process as the business environment is constantly changing with new threats and vulnerabilities emerging every day. With high …Read More

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The leaking vault 2011 – six years of data breaches

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The Digital Forensics Association has announced the release of their second annual data breach report. ‘The Leaking Vault 2011- Six Years of Data Breaches’ analyzes 3,765 data loss incidents, with a known disclosure of 806.2 million records. Organisations seem to be constantly in the news on a daily basis for disclosing data inappropriately. Hundreds of …Read More

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