5th August 2014
Tim Buckley Owen
Plenty of self-serving reports from security specialists predict catastrophes to which they happen to provide solutions. But their findings can be useful nevertheless - for example in helping organisations decide whether they should be more worried about hackers or their own staff, or about traditional desktop machines as opposed to BYOD and mobile devices. Of particular interest, too, are some recent findings indicating that most organisations haven't a clue where their unstructured data resides. Plus the intriguing suggestion that what is going to matter in future is not where it is physically but its legal, political and - crucially - its logical location when several jurisdictions are involved. Information professionals with a compliance role should be licking their lips.
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