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Perception and reality are at odds when it comes to information security in today’s businesses.
Companies who experience information security breaches are faced with the decision of how best to respond after the breach. On one hand, companies may believe lightning will not strike twice and opt to focus resources on business growth. On the other hand, companies may consider adopting a proactive approach to information security, taking steps to enhance policies, procedures and accountability.
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A company experienced an information security breach in 2011 when one employee accidentally lost key financial information supporting a large deal. As a result, the company lost business, reduced its staff and took a reputational hit. The following year, the company began to rebuild by winning a distribution deal for a key product.
Despite regular reports in the news regarding the impact of security breaches, organizations across North America continue to be plagued by the loss of sensitive information.
With 49% of victims never recovering those losses, the impact to business is staggering. Get the cold hard facts on occupational fraud to raise your fraud awareness.
Join security expert, Vince De Palma, President and CEO of Shred-it International, as he discusses the value of document security and what businesses should be looking for when deciding on a Secure Information Destruction partner.
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Critical and sensitive information can fall into the wrong hands when businesses decide to discard old files. Listen how your business can protect its intellectual property and client/employee records.
Shredding unwanted or outdated documents is one of the best ways to make sure that confidential or private information doesn’t end up in the wrong hands.
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