Anonymise, encrypt, control access and assess risk - a security pro's four-point security checklist for big data

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MWR InfoSecurity's Guillermo Lafuente describes the main steps organisations need to take in order to secure their big data systems

Big data presents huge opportunity for organisations, but securely storing that data can be a challenge for organisations that may know that they have an obligation to customers and clients to keep...

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