Security: A question of security
Responsibility for information and content security regularly falls to the chief information officer or IT director in a law firm. However, this kind of approach begs the question of who takes the obligation at the front-end for protecting the value of the firm, writes Jody Raynsford
When it comes to discussing security, most IT directors will insist on keeping their mouths firmly shut. But as information and content security remains a sprawling issue that IT directors and chief information officers (CIOs) of law firms are having to wrestle with, discussion of the perceptions and attitudes towards security is becoming necessary.
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