Standard Chartered and Rights Management

Malakian, Anthony
September 2008
Bank Technology News;Sep2008, Vol. 21 Issue 9, p20
Trade Publication
An interview with John Meakin, group head of information security at Standard Chartered Bank, is presented. When asked about the initial problems which motivates the company to seek assistance from Workshare, he refers to the safety of its business critical information in electronic form setting and security of its traditional models. He adds that they wanted a mechanism that will apply the protection each time the information is used and will maintain the value of its confidentiality.


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