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How to Avoid Internal Data Threats – And Investigate Them When You Can’t (Virtual Strategy)

In the News Posted in: Data Management |
Jun 4, 2019

Internal_investigationsThe rise of technology has created endless new ways to get things done, but with its conveniences comes more data – a lot more data – and thus, more data security risks. The Theft Resource Identity Center found that more than 47 million records were exposed in the United States in the first nine months of 2018, and businesses make up 46 percent of those affected. To ensure your company data stays safe, it’s important to create and regularly communicate clear policies explaining who owns the company’s data, how employees are expected to handle, store, use and protect that data and what happens to data upon an employee’s exit. 

BIA's Brian Schrader discusses how to avoid internal data threats and how to conduct internal investigations. 

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