Management: Rate yourself?
All businesses, including law firms, should be given a public 'security rating' so that their clients and business partners can see at a glance how good their internal and external IT security procedures are, writes John Holland
We have heard it all before. Computers are the new frontier for corporate security, and the number of technological risks and vulnerabilities facing the business community seemingly doubles each time it is tallied up. Data integrity is no longer – if it ever was – the preserve of the very largest corporations. In an increasingly interconnected commercial landscape, no-one can avoid the need for data protection.
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