8 Ways to Prevent Data Breaches - Slide 3

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Laptop theft is the number-one cause of data breaches in 2009, however, there are only four states that require disclosure if that data is not encrypted. Having a good encryption policy that you can enforce on employee laptops is key.

PrincePerimeter CTO Kevin Prince has kindly offered up several tips for preventing a data breach. Kevin says, "Being aware is always the first step. Taking a layered security approach and looking for the policies, procedures, and solutions that can best mitigate security threats is best." 


You can also check out another slideshow by Kevin on the top 10 security threats for 2010.

Related Topics : Unisys, Stimulus Package, Security Breaches, Symantec, Electronic Surveillance

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