Security: A sticky situation
Security issues might be dull but the very real threats posed by security breaches and by the use of USB memory sticks to steal information must be taken seriously, writes Adam Westbrooke
Security is a bit like drains: important, but not very exciting, meaning no-one really wants to take responsibility for it. It is, however, vital that it is done correctly because if it goes wrong, as with drains, you will end up with a very unpleasant situation that everyone will know about.
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