The warehouses of yesterday once held a corporation’s most valuable assets in rows of files guarded by live security, visual surveillance cameras, coded entry, check-in systems and even fingerprint scanners. In a digital world, this picture is largely obsolete. No longer must we only protect from the unbranded truck backing up to the company’s document warehouse.

A comprehensive client list, file history and patent catalog for a major corporation can be contained on a single hard drive the size of your index finger. Security for these assets is controlled by any party granted access including employees, consultants, subcontractors and even potential acquirers. In larger companies, this can mean full access to a customer list by a sales team or to design patents by an engineering team. In smaller companies, it can mean even broader access across functions and levels of authority.

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