Survey: Security policies neglect off-network devices

Dubie, Denise
December 2007
NetworkWorld Asia;Dec2007, Vol. 3 Issue 11, p14
Academic Journal
The article discusses the survey conducted by Ponemon Institute LLC that addressed the factors leading to data breaches. The survey, which was done on 735 information technology security practitioners, revealed that companies put confidential data at risk when various computer devices leave the confines of their network. It further noted that data breaches stem from unprotected information on devices that goes for relocation, repair or disposal.


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