Whether or not your organizations data as valuable to outsiders depends heavily on what business you're in. Generally said, your organizations data is valuable :period. There is an ever increasing amounts of data being taken from paper, and digitized. Therefore they are not only victim to attempts of corporate espionage, but also to data collection … Continue reading Is your organizations data valuable to outside threats?
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