M&A Surge Jeopardizes Sensitive Data

Sisk, Michael
December 2008
Bank Technology News;Dec2008, Vol. 21 Issue 12, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on the jeopardy of data security in the U.S. Data protection will become even more difficult when two banks work together in such a way mergers usually result in layoffs that tempt affected employees to take advantage of any security lapse. Each network has to be revamped to provide information technology personnel with a complete view of all the networks to locate the best pathways to connect the networks, while assuring security of assets.


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