In the first century A.D., Decimus Juvenalis, a Roman poet, observed that information is priceless. “All wish to know but none wish to pay the price,” he wrote. Information, of course, isn’t always for sale, but there’s no limit on the amount of information that can either be stolen or distributed, either deliberately or mistakenly.

With IT security breaches on the rise, businesses that do not take proactive precautions to protect sensitive information run the risk of losing their reputations and clients and can suffer incalculable financial losses.

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