Forty per cent of public-sector bodies 'have suffered data breach', lack of skills blamed

Danny Palmer
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Iron Mountain report suggests cost-cutting and lack of security skills to blame

Forty per cent of IT leaders in the public sector have admitted that their department has suffered a data breach because management is struggling to deal with the pace of change as more and more se...

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