Straight A’s for Determining Risk and Avoiding the Big F

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Auditing verifies that the other three pieces are working as designed. Business managers need to recertify that the list of people with access to the data and applications is still accurate – with employee departures and changing roles, this is an ongoing role.

Have you ever joined a conversation and taken what is said completely out of context because you simply didn’t have the background information? It’s an easy mistake to make and can be both frustrating and humorous at times.

Adding context to a data security situation is just as important as it’s essential to ensure that you can connect the dots and fully understand if something is at risk. When it comes to the loss or mishandling of unstructured data, all it takes is one strike and you’re out. Here are five ways for determining risk and protecting against threats, identified by Dell Software.


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

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