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Insider threats to security are on the rise and ranked as a top concern for business executives.
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The fines and penalties levied against companies who breach privacy laws in the United States are increasing and enforcement is becoming more stringent.
The first step in improving information security is conducting a thorough assessment of the vulnerabilities
in your business. However, according to the 2014 Shred-it Information Security Tracker, one in five
organizations in the United States have never audited their company’s protocols for storing and
disposing of confidential information.
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A cyber attack on a peak holiday shopping day could cost your company $500,000 in lost business, not to mention the damage to your reputation and the possibility of fines.
The convenience of mobile computing could be coming at a steep price for privacy protection, with stolen laptops becoming the most common cause of security incidents
Almost every business will suffer at least one breach of security this year, and that compromise of security costs on average of $5.85 million, including about $3.3 million in lost business.
The last thing a business needs in a crisis is to suffer a privacy breach.
Learn security's role in crisis management planning.
One simple policy can make document security processes easy to follow for all employees.
Here's why a shred-all policy makes sense
Keeping a clean desk boosts productivity and improves legislative compliance.
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Most companies have never reviewed their information security and have no idea where they're vulnerable.
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