As the Information Age evolved, the data it transported took on entirely new dimensions—no longer static or tied down, but a living, breathing and above all, moving, entity. And like a young child just learning how to walk, it had to be protected.
But instead, it took off running, and years were spent playing catch up. Until one industry finally sprinted ahead, and in doing so, pulled all those struggling behind up to frontlines.
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