E-mail, Internet access, and collaborative tools (whether a phone system’s conferencing capabilities, or document-sharing applications) are “must-haves” for most businesses today.
But by now many managers know that you shouldn’t stop at just implementing these tools and then going ahead, footloose and fancy-free, with using them. As with any other asset, you need to protect not just the
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regulations and internal policies— information security software is now also a “must have.” A recent survey by Milford, Massachusetts (US)-based Enterprise Strategy Group revealed that the majority of organizations (59 percent of those that responded) do not even have a formal policy in place to define the sharing of data, particularly intellectual property. What does this mean? Many companies “are flying by the seat of their pants and hoping not to get burned,” when it comes to data breaches,